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Outgoing email in outlook to have different email address

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Hi,

I have two mail accounts, one is company mail like xyz@company.com and 2nd one is my personal email account xyz@bell.net account for incoming emails. I have company email forwarded to personal xyz@bell.net account and when I send mail from this account (when in outlook) I want it to go as xyz@company.com and not as xyz@bell.net . Is there a way to set this up? Do I need to create two profiles for this, and what information do I need for my hosted exchange server settings.

I use Outlook express 6..and Windows XP sp3

Thanks for any help on this.
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If you unforward xyz2company.com and instead pop it into the account it will automatically reply as the correct account.
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How do I pop xyz@bell.net into a already existing xyz@company.com account? Will mu bell emails come to this outlook account xyz@company.com?
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you add a second account in outlook/ outlook express. You can set it to deliver to the same folder or a different folder.  

Tools accounts or email accounts.

You can have multiple accounts for one outlook / outlook express profile/ identity.
When you forward the email to the other account, outllok can't tell the difference and will always respond as the default.  If you have them as 2 separate account outlook will always try to reply from the account it was sent to.
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Thanks for your efforts.
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