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Make Outlook 2010 compose new message using default email address

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I have 2 email accounts in this one Outlook profile. Whenever I compose a new email Outlook picks mys second email address. That is not my default email account in Outlook. How do I make Outlook use my default email account when composing new emails?
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Create a new Email  Select the Options tab, and select FROM
 
This should give you the ability to change which account you are sending from.
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Hello
Check this article regarding your matter
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2518195
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withdrawn - crossed with above
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Thanks
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Glad to help
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