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outlook meeting replying from exchange rather than pop account even though it is the default

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I have five accounts attached to Outlook 2002. Account 1 is an exchange account (not the default) and 4 POP accounts. Account 2 is the default account. When someone sends a meeting request to the default POP account, We reply and Outlook replies from the Exchange account. Is there some way to change this, whether it be a registry edit or just a check box somewhere? I saw one question in here where someone said thta they THINK that it will always deliver from the exchange account. I need to know this because if that is the case, there will be a lot of work thta needs done to correct.
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That would be my understanding as well.
Meeting requests are handled in a different way to regular messages and the "response" actually comes from the Exchange server, not your client. It is part of the process of the calendar entry going in to the Exchange server.

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