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2010-04-09, 21:04 #1
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I use Outlook 2007 at home for my personal email as well as my volunteer work.
I have one .pst file for my personal mail, another for my volunteer work. There is no Exchange server involved. When I get my mail, my volunteer addresses put mail in my volunteer .pst, and my personal/family addresses put mail in the personal .pst.
Frequently, I'll create a new message for my volunteer work and it goes out from my personal account, which causes replies to go to the wrong place and causes much confusion.
What I'd like to do is have new messages come from my volunteer address if I am working in my volunteer .pst and from my personal address if working in my personal .pst.
Can anyone tell me how to do this?
2010-04-10, 13:37 #2
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Even though I ask these questions, I think it's a slightly difficult problem. Here is an updated version of my account picker code. When pasted into the ThisOutlookSession module, it pops up for every message you send displaying your account options. This is the only way I had found to assign a particular account to a message, so part of the code may be useful in your scenario.
Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean) ' account Chooser version 2007.1, Jefferson Scher, 10 April 2010 ' ==== NOT COMPATIBLE WITH OUTLOOK 2003 ==== If Item.Class <> olMail Then Exit Sub ' Mail items only With ActiveInspector.CommandBars("Standard").Controls("Accounts") If .Controls.Count > 1 Then ' Check for multiple accounts ' There is more than one account Dim intCount As Integer, strAccounts() As String, _ strSendOn As String, strTemp As String ReDim strAccounts(1 To .Controls.Count) ' Build a list of the captions from the drop-down For intCount = 1 To .Controls.Count strAccounts(intCount) = Mid(.Controls(intCount).Caption, 2) 'drop leading "&" Next Do ' Get user's selection of the account "number" strSendOn = Trim(InputBox("Choose number of account to send on - " & _ vbCrLf & vbCrLf & Join(strAccounts, vbCrLf), , "1")) ' Quit procedure if user leaves a blank or space If (strSendOn = " ") Or Len(strSendOn) = 0 Then Cancel = True Exit Do End If ' Check whether user has chosen a valid account and, if so, choose it ' and return control to Outlook to send the message For intCount = 1 To UBound(strAccounts) strTemp = strTemp & CStr(intCount - 1) & "|" Next If InStr(1, strTemp, strSendOn & "|") > 0 Then .Controls(CInt(strSendOn) + 1).Execute Exit Do Else ' Not a valid selection, loop back to the dialog MsgBox "Try again. Blank to exit.", vbExclamation + vbOKOnly End If Loop End If End With End Sub