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Reply with same email address Outlook 2010

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Hey guys,

I have multiple email accounts in my Outlook. How do i set it so that I always reply from the same address?
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Go into Outlook, Accounts and then into each Account. In the main screen under Setup Information, enter your name and email address. This is the email address you want seen, and it can be different than the user information and login farther down. I have been doing this for years.

Be careful about relaying (email relaying is frowned on) but it should work. It does for me.
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@Cobra25  - Thank you and I was happy to help.
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