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    Always Enabled

    Thank you. What should I be using instead?
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    Always Enabled

    I am using Outlook 2007. I had this properly setup, but formatted my PC, and now I can't remember how I did it. :) I use a few macros I created. For example, when I click the button to reply to an email, it runs a macro. Every time I click something that runs a macro now, though, it says "A...
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    The "h" Key

    Thanks much for the reply and comments. I ended up disabling a couple addins, and restarting Outlook for that to take effect, which cleared it up. However, it occurred to me that I had not restarted Outlook in a while after I did that. Now I am wondering if it is possible something as simple...
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    The "h" Key

    This is probably going to sound really weird. Does anyone know why this would be occurring? There are a few keys when I press writing emails, they don't work. "h" is one of them. What makes it that much weirder is that uppercase "H" does work! Any thoughts? This is when writing emails...
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    Hate that I was not able to reply on this sooner (because I really appreciate any help). Something came up on this side. In any case, I tried this: Public Sub New_Reply2() Dim oAccount As Outlook.Account Dim oMail As Outlook.MailItem For Each oAccount In...
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    Slipstick, much appreciated for replying. Your site is where I found part of the original code. Thanks! :D I removed the select case and just had it switch to one of them. It still does not change the signature for me. Any help you can offer would be massively appreciated. Thanks once...
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    That is very discouraging. I don't know what I can do to get it going. :/
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    Do you know what the fix would be? Thanks much in advance.
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    I see the standard context menu.
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    No, when the code executes, the signature is not removed. The account is changed properly, but the signature does not change to that of the new account. It remains the default account signature.
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    All of the accounts do have a signature. Yes, that is the complete code.
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    Changing Outlook Account Based on Recipient

    Ref this article: http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/email/choose-the-account-to-send-a-reply-from/ First of all, I would like to say thank you for this to the person that wrote the article. It has helped me a lot, but also resulted in a problem I am hoping someone can help with. The email...
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