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Windows 7: How to change my outlook "sent from" acct

01 Feb 2015   #1
AaLF

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How to change my outlook "sent from" acct

I got 4 dif. emails associated with outlook. When sending an email I either manually select the 'from address' or it uses a preset acct by default.

How do I change the default 'send from' acct? (can't crack it)
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01 Feb 2015   #2
A Guy

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01 Feb 2015   #3
DavidE

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Outlook can mean many different things.

Outlook can mean the MS Office Outlook client program, or Outlook.com web mail, or Outlook address(s) in some other program such as Live Mail, Thunderbird ...

What are you using to send email ?
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02 Feb 2015   #4
AaLF

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Sorry guys. Should have read outlook.com email accts not the Windows outlook. I don't use any program. just divert all incoming to main acct & outgoing u get to choose which email to nominate (if u remember to do so).
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02 Feb 2015   #5
A Guy

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I think this should be the same even if using all outlook.com accounts

Outlook.com Tip: Send Email from Another Account | Outlook.com content from SuperSite for Windows

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