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adding a "from" field in outlook 2010 apointment

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Hi,
i'd like to add a field "from" to the layout ofan  outlook appointment. As I use multiple e-mail accounts in outlook, i want to choose from witch email acoount a new appointment request is sent.
However, i can't find the way to add the field "from" to the layout of an appointment.

Does anyone know how this can be done?
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When you create a new appointment and invite attendees, you can choose the account from which you send the invite on the left hand side under the 'Send'  button. It defaults to your email account from which your default email is sent.
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There is a notification bar above those fields that tell you which account is being used.
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Thanks! that works enough for me!
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