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Hi i am using a hosting company to host my web site , part of the package is email use so i am using there email server. I set up microsoft outlook using 2 accounts pictures@shamim40.co.uk and reply@shamim40.co.uk to handle pictures being sent to me and replies to the invitations sent out - My problem is i can ge the two accounts to work independently ie use pictures as default or reply but not the two together to deliver to the inbox. I assume i need to set up another inbox so how do i do this with out logging in and out of the two accounts each time - or should i set up forwarding through my hosting for one of the accounts
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I would forward, dropping everything from one e-mail into a seperate folder on your client.
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but what about replies back ideally they should be from the same email they were sent to
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You can setup your e-mail client to reply back from the email account in which it is was received.  If you're using outlook that should be the default.
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