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This is probably a fairly basic question for those in the know.
I'm running Outlook 2000, and I check two pop3 accounts.
One of the accounts is domain based (ie. everything from ???@mydomain.com). When I send an e-mail how do I determine if the mail comes from me or my Mrs also using the same domain for her e-mail address.
I think I've seen that Outlook xp allows you to choose. But is it easily possible with 2k?

Cheers in anticipation

Steve
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by:gsine
ID: 8123149
When you go to send your email you will see an arrow beside send.  If you click on it, it will let you choose which account to send the email from.
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by:slink9
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That is done with different profiles.  You can set these up from Profiles in Control Panel.
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by:Steve2276
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Okay, I've found the two ISPs I use at the down arrow of the send button.
But one of the ISPs has two e-mail addresses for it. One's mine and one's my other halfs. I want to be able to send e-mails from either of us; the send option only allow s different ISPs.
And I can't find any 'Profiles' option in Control Panel.
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by:slink9
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Oops.  Wrong place.  Make that Profiles under the Mail (or Mail and Fax) option.
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by:Steve2276
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There's no Profiles option in Mail.
There's only a Mail tab.
But does that assume that my PC would have several different logins?
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by:slink9
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Start-Settings-Control Panel-Mail-Profiles button
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by:Steve2276
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No profiles button, only a properties button for each Mail account, and a few other button to add/remove, import/export etc.
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by:gleads
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If you aren't connecting to an Exchange server use Outlook Express.  There is a lot of hassle involved with OUTLOOK 2k if using more than one address.  Outlook express will automatically allow you to send from any accounts that have been set up.
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