Replying to an email in Outlook 2007 using same account as receive


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Alastair

I use Exchange Server and Outlook 2007

When I reply or forward the default email account through which my reply or
forward is sent through my exchange account. Regardless of which account the
original was received through. My exchange email address is NOT my default

I expect it to be through the email account through which the original email
was originally sent.

Please advise if there is a setting or if this cannot happen
 
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Tom Willett

How is this related to FrontPage, the subject of this newsgroup?
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Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
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:I use Exchange Server and Outlook 2007
:
: When I reply or forward the default email account through which my reply
or
: forward is sent through my exchange account. Regardless of which account
the
: original was received through. My exchange email address is NOT my default
:
: I expect it to be through the email account through which the original
email
: was originally sent.
:
: Please advise if there is a setting or if this cannot happen
: --
: Alastair
 
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Helpful person

I use Exchange Server and Outlook 2007

When I reply or forward the default email account through which my reply or
forward is sent through my exchange account. Regardless of which account the
original was received through. My exchange email address is NOT my default

I expect it to be through the email account through which the original email
was originally sent.

Please advise if there is a setting or if this cannot happen

There is a setting somewhere under email accounts that defines the
account to use for replying to emails. Normally it's left blank
resulting in the receiving account being the sending account.

www.richardfisher.com
 

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