Sending and Receiving from Same Email Address


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Guest

I have 3 POP email addresses set up in Outlook. When I receive an email TO
one address (call it email1), and hit "Reply," it automatically replies FROM
another address (email2).

However, when I receive an email TO email3, and hit "Reply," it
automatically responds FROM email3 - as it should.

I am sick of hitting the accounts button and selecting email1 every time I
want to reply to an email sent to that address. How do I configure Outlook
so that when I press the "Reply" button, it automatically replies from the
same address that the original message was sent to?
 
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Roady [MVP]

It should already. What version of Outlook and SP level are you using?

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Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003


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I have 3 POP email addresses set up in Outlook. When I receive an email TO
one address (call it email1), and hit "Reply," it automatically replies FROM
another address (email2).

However, when I receive an email TO email3, and hit "Reply," it
automatically responds FROM email3 - as it should.

I am sick of hitting the accounts button and selecting email1 every time I
want to reply to an email sent to that address. How do I configure Outlook
so that when I press the "Reply" button, it automatically replies from the
same address that the original message was sent to?
 
R

Roady [MVP]

Service Pacl level. And you'll need to update indeed. SMTP account handling
has been improved in SP2.
 
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Guest

How do I go about updating the Service Pack?

Roady said:
Service Pacl level. And you'll need to update indeed. SMTP account handling
has been improved in SP2.

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003


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Outlook 2003 11.5608.5606

Not sure what a SP level is.



Roady said:
It should already. What version of Outlook and SP level are you using?

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
http://www.howto-outlook.com/
Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more

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I have 3 POP email addresses set up in Outlook. When I receive an email
TO
one address (call it email1), and hit "Reply," it automatically replies
FROM
another address (email2).

However, when I receive an email TO email3, and hit "Reply," it
automatically responds FROM email3 - as it should.

I am sick of hitting the accounts button and selecting email1 every time I
want to reply to an email sent to that address. How do I configure
Outlook
so that when I press the "Reply" button, it automatically replies from the
same address that the original message was sent to?
 
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R

Roady [MVP]

Help-> Check for updates

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003


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How do I go about updating the Service Pack?

Roady said:
Service Pacl level. And you'll need to update indeed. SMTP account
handling
has been improved in SP2.

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003


-----
message
Outlook 2003 11.5608.5606

Not sure what a SP level is.



Roady said:
It should already. What version of Outlook and SP level are you using?

--
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
http://www.howto-outlook.com/
Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more

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message
I have 3 POP email addresses set up in Outlook. When I receive an email
TO
one address (call it email1), and hit "Reply," it automatically replies
FROM
another address (email2).

However, when I receive an email TO email3, and hit "Reply," it
automatically responds FROM email3 - as it should.

I am sick of hitting the accounts button and selecting email1 every time
I
want to reply to an email sent to that address. How do I configure
Outlook
so that when I press the "Reply" button, it automatically replies from
the
same address that the original message was sent to?
 
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