If you are a Gmail user, you probably know that you can quickly create an email alias by appending random term with a “+” behind your username. For example, if your username is email@example.com, you can use random alias like firstname.lastname@example.org and it will still be sent to email@example.com. The good news is that for Outlook.com users, you can use this “+” aliasing method as well.
So if your email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, any email alias of the format “email@example.com” will still reach your inbox. You can then make use of Rules (Sweep -> Manage Rules) to setup filter for your incoming email. (it will work for Hotmail.com as well)