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    I have just moved from Outlook Express to Microsoft Outlook because the dictionary from Office 2007 does not work with Outlook Express. In any case I have two email addresses and I was able to switch from one to another by using the identify switch feature in Outlook Express. How do I accomplish this with Microsoft Outlook?

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    Outlook always wants to send via the "default" email account, unless replying to an incoming msg in which case it uses the same account the msg was received on by default.

    However, before sending you can use a dropdown list called 'accounts' at the top of the msg with enables you to choose which account to use for sending. This only appears if there it more than one account defined with sending enabled. (Terminology/location may be slightly different in OL2007, but it is near the send button)

    Jock

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