Outlook Connector - How do I send from?


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edub

I have successfully downloaded and installed outlook connector to help manage
multiple hotmail/live accounts. Everything seems to work as expected as far
as receiving new mail, viewing contacts, etc. However, I cannot seem to be
able to send mail from a specific account. Is it even possible to choose
which account the mail is sent from? If so, how?

Example of what I am looking to do. Say I have my default email account,
then I add (e-mail address removed) and (e-mail address removed) so that I can manage all
three accounts in one interface. Now, I want to send a new message from
(e-mail address removed) and not the default acct. I can't seem to pick the live
account for the new message. Is there a way to do this without changing the
'default' address?

Thanks in advance for help.
Eric
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

What version of Outlook are you using? Do you see the Accounts button?
What happens when you use that option to change the sending account?

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
ALWAYS post your Outlook version.
How to ask a question: http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375


After furious head scratching, edub asked:

| I have successfully downloaded and installed outlook connector to
| help manage multiple hotmail/live accounts. Everything seems to work
| as expected as far as receiving new mail, viewing contacts, etc.
| However, I cannot seem to be able to send mail from a specific
| account. Is it even possible to choose which account the mail is
| sent from? If so, how?
|
| Example of what I am looking to do. Say I have my default email
| account, then I add (e-mail address removed) and (e-mail address removed) so that I
| can manage all three accounts in one interface. Now, I want to send
| a new message from (e-mail address removed) and not the default acct. I can't
| seem to pick the live account for the new message. Is there a way to
| do this without changing the 'default' address?
|
| Thanks in advance for help.
| Eric
 

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