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    "An Englishman In New York" TJ's Avatar
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    ....that will allow me to enter the FROM address.

    Reason being, I use companyname@mydom.com when I place orders and stuff at companyname, then use the catchall to grab it into my root account. Then if I need to exchange any correspondence with them it becomes hard work!

    Make sence to anyone?

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    If I understand you correctly, you can do that through Outlook Express. Define multiple identities. Then choose the right one in the "from address" listbox.

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    Check out Pegasus. Don't have the url, but a google search should be able to find it. Just setup an email alias for whatever email address you want your emails to come from.

    I do the same thing with Eudora for Scripts.

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    Eudora calls these "personalities" and is pretty good at switching between them automatically.

    I like Eudora a lot, not least because you can turn off things like Microsoft's security-hole-ridden HTML viewer and disable remote loading of images. Well worth the price

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by KCEdit:
    If I understand you correctly, you can do that through Outlook Express. Define multiple identities. Then choose the right one in the "from address" listbox.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>This is in accounts, right? (I dont seem to have OE anymore) I have it setup that way on outlook for some but they are a pain to setup, I'd like to just type the reply-to if possible....

    I tried it in webmail cos it has a field for reply-to, but I sent a message to myself and it didn't show the typed address in outlook

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    Another vote for Eudora! It makes managing my 15+ e-mail accounts a childplay



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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by cditty:
    Check out Pegasus. Don't have the url, but a google search should be able to find it. Just setup an email alias for whatever email address you want your emails to come from.

    I do the same thing with Eudora for Scripts.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>Thanks Chris, Pegasus almost does what I need... it will certainly work until I find something better

    Scripts..... I need a script that will save the attachment in an email an name it the same as the subject line... anyone have any idea if this can be done?

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