Adding an Additional Mailbox in Outlook 2013 is very similar to the process for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010. Here’s a quick guide borrowed from groovypost.
Open Outlook 2013 and Click File.
Click Info, Account Settings, Account Settings…
Highlight your current email account and click Change
Server settings box should appear, click More Settings.
Click the Advanced Tab and Click Add
Type in the name of the additional / second mailbox you want to add and click OK. In my example I’m adding a shared mailbox we use for RFP responses.
Confirm the new mailbox was resolved by the server and Click OK to save.
Here we are back on the Server Settings screen. Click Next.
Click Close on the Accounts Settings page.
Your new additional mailbox should be listed under your main account or PST files if you have already added to your account.
For some reason, my mail's setting has the Add/Remove buttons for additional mailbox grayed out. Any idea how to get around that?
How many mailboxes do you have attached right now? There might be a limit enforced by the IT department.