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Friday, December 12, 2008

Class Question: When you have multiple accounts, what e-mail address will the “Reply” button place if the original message was not addressed to you

This answer not coming from Microsoft, but it sounds reasonable.
When you have multiple accounts configured in Outlook, the account that's used to send mail varies based on several things:

• When you compose a new email, Outlook uses the email account that you've configured as your default.
• When you reply or forward an email, Outlook uses the email account that the message was originally received on.
• In either case, you can explicitly specify the account to use via the Accounts drop down item that appears next to the message's send button.

The original post that I read this off of came from Leo Notenmoon (http://ask-leo.com/why_is_outlook_sending_email_using_the_wrong_account.html)


Class: Information Worker: Outlook 2007 Power User*
Date: November 12, 2008
Location: Indiana State University
*The Information Worker series is available through LanTech Training in Indianapolis. Please visit their website for more information

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