Multiple Email Account Mngt. in Office 2007 Enterprise Help Needed

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Saidas

I'm currently using gmail but have just purchased Office 2007 Enterprise. I
don't know what you call this exactly, but here is what I need to do with
Outlook.

I currently have three different business plus my personal email all with
different address coming to my gmail account. There I can see to which
business the email came and when I reply to any, instead of having a gmail
address, it has my business address it came to originally.

Can I have this same capability with Outlook 2007 and how would I set that
up? Now that I have Enterprise, I'd like to do everything from Outlook.

Thanks!!

 
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Gordon


"Saidas" <Saidas> wrote in message
news:CA92CBF0-ABB3-465A-8C58-6E4BC9494C88@microsoft.com...
> I'm currently using gmail but have just purchased Office 2007 Enterprise.
> I
> don't know what you call this exactly, but here is what I need to do with
> Outlook.
>
> I currently have three different business plus my personal email all with
> different address coming to my gmail account. There I can see to which
> business the email came and when I reply to any, instead of having a gmail
> address, it has my business address it came to originally.
>
> Can I have this same capability with Outlook 2007 and how would I set that
> up? Now that I have Enterprise, I'd like to do everything from Outlook.
>
> Thanks!!
>


If you are using Outlook, why forward the business accounts to GMail?
Set them up as separate email accounts in Outlook.

 
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neo [mvp outlook]

You most likely are leaving out the fact that in Gmail you configured to
poll/collect these accounts from different isp/accounts. If this is the
case, then you are right, Outlook won't be able to detect which account it
comes from because it makes its decision based on the account the mail was
collected from. In this case, all replies/forwards would go out with the
gmail account address.

What you could do is configure Outlook to poll/collect your 4 e-mail
accounts directly from the ISPs you have POP3/IMAP accounts with. Outlook
will track this correctly and replies/forwards will go out the right
account.

Other than that, if your 3 business accounts are actually aliased to the
same POP3/IMAP account, then we are back to paragraph #1 where Outlook won't
track it correctly.

"Saidas" <Saidas> wrote in message
news:CA92CBF0-ABB3-465A-8C58-6E4BC9494C88@microsoft.com...
> I'm currently using gmail but have just purchased Office 2007 Enterprise.
> I
> don't know what you call this exactly, but here is what I need to do with
> Outlook.
>
> I currently have three different business plus my personal email all with
> different address coming to my gmail account. There I can see to which
> business the email came and when I reply to any, instead of having a gmail
> address, it has my business address it came to originally.
>
> Can I have this same capability with Outlook 2007 and how would I set that
> up? Now that I have Enterprise, I'd like to do everything from Outlook.
>
> Thanks!!
>


 
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