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Multiple Email Accounts in Outlook (Exchange and Pop)

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Our company has an Exchange Server for DomainA. Everything is working great.
We also have some email accounts being run through an external POP server for DomainB. Used for Customer Service.
Can I add the Pop Account to Outlook so that the following is achieved?
1) I can see both email accounts in Outlook (1 in Exchange and the other in a PST)?
2) I can send from either account. i.e. Choose Send As and select the Pop account?

Any info on this would be helpful.

Thanks!
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Question by:GenesisTech
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Joshua Grantom earned 500 total points
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Yes you should be able to add the POP account and set the location of the pst file. You should also be able to choose which address to send as. Clicking "From" should drop down a list to choose.
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by:davorin
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I confirm Joshua's comment and I just wanted to say, that you need first to configure exchange account and then pop3 account.
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by:GenesisTech
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Thanks guys.

I am going to try it and I will post back the results.
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by:GenesisTech
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Awesome - Thanks!
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