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Old September 6th, 2009, 04:53 PM
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Default Show a different sending email address in Outlook

I have a web site that was set up so that all email to me at that web site's domain address (Lisa@WebSite1.com for example) is forwarded to my Outlook email (whose associated email address is Lisa@RegularEmail.com for example) . That part works fine.

My problem is when I respond to these emails. I want them to show as being returned from the email address the senders saw at the web address (Lisa@WebSite1.com) and to which they sent their request, not from my Outlook associated email address.

That is, when someone sends email to the new company, I want any responses to show as coming from that company's domain email address. But I was to have the sender's original email forwarded to my regular Outlook so I do not have to regularly check multiple email addresses.

Is there a way to make this happen?
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Can you not just use the 'Show From' button (on the Options tab) - you would also need to set up delegate access from the account you want to have the emails appearing from to the account you are writing the email from
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