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Outlook 2000 - How do I use more than 1 email address

by collinh / April 22, 2004 6:17 PM PDT

I have a few email addresses (as part of my domain) which I have set up as accounts in Outlook. In Outlook Express I can see them as alternatives in the From Box, but in Outlook I can't seem to change.
In a previous setup (prior to a reformat) I could see a downward pointing arrow list on the Send button, but now in this setup I can't see it.
Help please.
Collin

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From the Compose Window...
by Edward ODaniel / April 22, 2004 11:55 PM PDT

click on the File Menu and select the Send Using... option.

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by Edward ODaniel / April 23, 2004 12:03 AM PDT

If you would rather just have the drop down button back try clicking on the View Menu then Toolbars then Customize. Now click on the Commands tab where you select File on the left pane and scroll down the right pane until you come to Send using which you click on and drag to wherever you want it on the toolbar.

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