Microsoft Outlook allows you to create multiple email accounts. Once you have the email accounts, there will be numerous inbox folders and sent items created automatically. There is a thing where you can temporarily disable an email account, which you do not use all the time. This will only make the send and receive function perform very quickly. In this article, we will let you know how to disable Outlook account without deleting Outlook once and for all.
When you have an email account set up in Microsoft Outlook, you can check the servers every 30 minutes for new messages. You can make changes in the Send/Receive Group, giving the email a different time setting. You can easily disable the account by stopping it from checking for new emails. The steps we will now describe are similar for the Outlook versions 2010, 2013, and 2016.
The steps to disable an Outlook account are as follows.
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