Diane - sorry to drag this out... but... do I paste the whole code string shown below in the macro I'm creating and then change where ever I see "firstname.lastname@example.org" replace with my gmail address?
Public Sub AccountSelection()
Dim oAccount As Outlook.Account
Dim strAccount As String
Gmail is automatically forwarded to my outlook.com account.
I understand what you are suggesting, I just don't have the knowledge of working with macros. No clue how to accomplish what you are suggesting. I guess I'll do some research on macros in Outlook.
Thanks Diane. Sorry so long getting back to this! Ok, I read your answer and link and I'd like to learn to do this... but I have no experience with macros. So is this an existing macro that I need to find and alter, or am I creating from scratch?
I noticed when I receive a gmail and click reply, it defaults to replying from my email@example.com address. I can switch it in the drop down, but it would be nice if it automatically replied from where it came from. Any thoughts?
Hi Diane - thank you for this reply. I'm not quite sure I understand your direction and want to be sure I have explained my issue correctly. I think we are mostly on the same page. But in the end, when I am in Outlook 2013 and send an email from my firstname.lastname@example.org address all is good. The...
I use Outlook.com (Web mail) and Outlook 2013 on a PC with Windows 7. My Outlook.com account is synced with Outlook 2013 on my PC (created an EAS account in Outlook 2013). In Outlook.com I have an outlook.com email address and I added a my gmail address to it. The added gmail address is a...