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Mailmerging from Word 2007 (using Access 2007 for email addresses) and sending from Outlook 2007 - different account

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I am sending out a "mass email" to our clients and would like to use Word 2007 mailmerge for this. However, I would like to send it out from our info-mail account, not my regular mail account. Is this possible? If so, how do I go about doing this (if I just chose "Finish & merge"/send email messages the emails are automatically sent from my regular Outlook account)?
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You will have to add a command to your QAT. Click the Office Button, choose Word Options, then choose Customize. On the left (Shoose Commands From) Change from Popular commands to All Commands. Click into the List box below and then choose Send to Mail Recipient and click the Add button to add it to your Quick Access Toolbar. Click OK

Now, while in your Mail Merge document, click the Command, and you should see an option for Accounts. Click and choose your desired account.

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