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    Email: switching between outgoing addresses (2000 / Exchange 5.5)

    I have a personal and a work email address. Is there any quick way of switching between them, so that the 'reply' address embedded in the email reflects whether my email is personal or work? I can do it laboriously by going over to the server and changing the default in Exchange Adminstrator, but that's extremely long-winded. Is it built into Outlook, perchance?
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    Re: Email: switching between outgoing addresses (2000 / Exchange 5.5)

    with ol2000, there really isn't an easy way, since outlook likes to send using the default SMTP address anyway. i usually set up outlook express as imap to the exchange mailbox and use the alternate smtp address as the from address. it's even easier with ol2002, same deal as when using express, but with in one client. We just have to remember to switch sending accounts.

    Victor of Ivansoft has a com addin you might want to try <A target="_blank" HREF=http://victori.hypermart.net>http://victori.hypermart.net</A> i haven't used it, but it's intended for exchange accounts that have multiple smtp addresses.

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