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Outlook 2007 not replying with address email is sent to

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by zuzana, Apr 6, 2012.

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  1. zuzana

    zuzana Thread Starter

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    Hi - I found a thread here from back in 2008 (Solved: Outlook Express 6 help: reply from same address the message was sen) that said the issue was solved, but I saw nothing to help me.

    The issue is, I have 4 email accounts, and I want Outlook to automatically reply using the account to which an email was sent. This always worked just fine in the past; then my computer died last weekend and I got a new one. I set up everything in Outlook again, and all was working fine - sending, receiving, etc. But suddenly I noticed that ALL my replies were going out from my default (home) email address, and not other addresses to which the email messages may have been sent (like my work email address). This is not good. I can change the "from" address in a reply manually in the dropdown menu, but I never used to have to do that.

    Can anyone help? Thanks!

     
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    zuzana Thread Starter

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    Thanks, but I'm afraid my question was misunderstood. MY REPLIES are not going out from the correct account. Here's the deal: I have a home email address that is the default. Say I get an email to my work address, and then I click reply, it suddenly changed to going back out to the message sender from my HOME address. It never used to do this; replies would go out from the address at which they were received. Where can I make it do that once again - anyone know? Thanks.
     
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