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  • text / html4 / 27/2012 8:59:03 PMparadonym0

    In Office 2010 I have over 8 e-mail accounts on which different e-mails arrive and have to be processed. Some are already "pre-sorted" into folders by Gmail through certain filter criteria, some are also automatically forwarded to Gmail from another account.

    However, I always want to send from a single e-mail address (i.e. also for the "reply" and "forwarding" of a mail). - You can select a standard account, but this function is only valid if you write an e-mail via "New e-mail message".

    However, I would like to set it up so that when I click on "Reply" or "Forward" in Account B (Account C, Account D, etc.), the email I am sending is always sent from Account A without having to select beforehand where to send the e-mail from.

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  • text / html5 / 2/2012 5:05:57 PM Gunther Lepski2

    Hm, here it goes with Googlemail and Web.de, with the following settings:
     
     
    User information
    Your name: it doesn't matter
    E. Mail address: the Web.de address
    Server information
    Account: POP3
    Inbox: pop.googlemail.com
    Outbox: smtp.web.de
    Registration information
    Name: Google username
    Password: Google-PW
     
     
    More settings
    Outgoing mail server tab
    [v] The ... requires Auth.
    o Same setting like inbox
    x Sign in with
    Username: Web.de login name
    Password: Web.de-PW
    [] Secured ...
    o before sending ...
     
    Advanced tab
    POP3: 995
    [v] SSL
    SMTP: 25
     
    The account set up in this way receives emails via Googlemail and sends it via Web.de.
    -- 

    Greetings from Swabia
     
    Gunther
     
    posted via: Windows Live Mail -> Community Forums NNTP Bridge

     

    "paradonymously" wrote in the news post news: [email protected]m ...


    > Hmm, I can use mx.freenet.de for incoming mail servers and smtp.web.de for outgoing mail servers. And vice versa, with pop3.web.de as
    > Input and mx.freenet.de as output ...


    That doesn't seem to work with Gmail and Web.de either ... I know? But it doesn't matter if I want to send an e-mail from my own web server via the Web.de outgoing mail server, the same message comes up.
     
    The simplest thing would be to find the function that you could find under HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Office \ 14.0 \ Outlook so that the standard is simply deactivated ... For the keyword "Outlook" I only find links for the uninstaller or the reference to other plugins or programs (MailStore Home Beta and G Data InternetSecurity) that need to access Outlook ...


    • Edited by Alex Pitulice Monday, May 7, 2012 3:56 PM Text formatting
    • Marked as answer byparadonymMonday, May 7, 2012 8:56 PM
  • text / html5 / 5/2012 5:10:42 PM Gunther Lepski2

    This is what the send-receive groups are for.

    You can e.g. create two accounts with identical settings, but which are activated in different send / receive groups. Here you can choose whether to receive and send or just one of both. And you can give the groups different query intervals.

    With POP you cannot subscribe to folders, only the inbox is queried.

    Since the outgoing SMTP server from Web.de reports something when the Google account is queried via IMAP, I am surprised, after all, IMAP also sends via SMTP, so it should work with the same SMTP settings.
     
    But have not tested it now.

    Greetings from Swabia
     
    Gunther

    Thanks, the account works so far ... However, the Google server probably has problems if you access the account via IMAP and POP at the same time. (i.e. an account for replying / forwarding via Web.de and an account for replying via Gmail). For this I would also need a function to exclude a single account from the automatic synchronization or to make the synchronization in series (and not in parallel) ...

    The "Subscribed Folders" also arrive in Outlook via IMAP ... Does the POP protocol also support such a function? So far I can't find anything about this in Outlook.
    As soon as I call up the Google account via IMAP, the outgoing SMTP server from Web.de again spits out the message that the sender address is not allowed.


    • Edited by Alex Pitulice Monday, May 7, 2012 3:52 PM Text formatting
    • Marked as answer byparadonymMonday, May 7, 2012 8:57 PM

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  • text / html4 / 30/2012 12:01:44 PM TechNet Hotline0
    Hello paradonym,

    If you have several email accounts, the account from which you send the emails is selected as follows:
    • The default account is used for a new e-mail
    • When forwarding and replying, the account that received the email is used
    There is no option to specify which account to reply and forward from.
    However, there are tools and third-party add-ins that make this possible.
    Under [1] you will find a trick how you can do this yourself with Outlook.
    Here you have to change the outgoing mail server settings in the account settings.

    [1] How to always reply using a different email account

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  • text / html4 / 30/2012 4:11:46 PM Gunther Lepski1

    Hello

    That doesn't work with standard resources.

    The only option I can think of would be: to enter the server of account A as the outgoing mail server for all accounts and the corresponding login data under Advanced Settings.

    Of course it's just a gag arround.

    --
    Greetings from the Danube
    Gunther

    posted via: Outlook 2010 -> MapiLab NNTP for Outlook -> Community Forums NNTP Bridge

    However, I would like to set it up so that when I click on "Reply" or "Forward" in Account B (Account C, Account D, etc.), the email that I send is always sent from Account A, without exception, without having to select beforehand where to send the e-mail from.




  • text / html4 / 30/2012 7:12:00 PMparadonym0

    The outgoing mail server (web.de) spits out an error number 550 with this method: "Sender address is not allowed".

    In itself it makes sense to protect yourself against spammers ...
    Do I have to speak to the support from Web.de to have a different "sender address" entered?

    I also came across a method in which the default value for the e-mail account is simply deactivated when sending a mail.
    Here you should get the keyHKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Office \ 14.0 \ Outlook open and then the DWORD valueForceAccountSelection on 1 to change...

    I can't find the "Office" key in the path, and when I create it, the changed behavior cannot be simulated in Outlook ... Could it be that the path to the value was changed in a later patch? - A search for the key name brings relatively little - I cannot find the DWORD value in its version in my registry, even with the value 0 ...

  • text / html5 / 1/2012 1:23:21 PM Gunther Lepski1
  • text / html5 / 1/2012 3:29:47 PMparadonym0

    > Hmm, I can use mx.freenet.de for incoming mail servers and smtp.web.de for outgoing mail servers. And vice versa, with pop3.web.de as
    > Input and mx.freenet.de as output ...

    That doesn't seem to work quite well with Gmail and Web.de either ... I don't know why, but if I want to send an email from my own web server via the Web.de outgoing mail server, the same thing happens Report.

    The easiest thing to do now would be to find the function underHKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Office \ 14.0 \ Outlook so that the standard is simply deactivated ... For the keyword "Outlook", however, I only find links for the uninstaller or the reference to other plugins or programs (MailStore Home Beta and G Data InternetSecurity) that need to access Outlook ...

  • text / html5 / 2/2012 5:05:57 PM Gunther Lepski2

    Hm, here it goes with Googlemail and Web.de, with the following settings:
     
     
    User information
    Your name: it doesn't matter
    E. Mail address: the Web.de address
    Server information
    Account: POP3
    Inbox: pop.googlemail.com
    Outbox: smtp.web.de
    Registration information
    Name: Google username
    Password: Google-PW
     
     
    More settings
    Outgoing mail server tab
    [v] The ... requires Auth.
    o Same setting. like inbox
    x Sign in with
    Username: Web.de login name
    Password: Web.de-PW
    [] Secured ...
    o before sending ...
     
    Advanced tab
    POP3: 995
    [v] SSL
    SMTP: 25
     
    The account set up in this way receives emails via Googlemail and sends it via Web.de.
    -- 

    Greetings from Swabia
     
    Gunther
     
    posted via: Windows Live Mail -> Community Forums NNTP Bridge

     

    "paradonymously" wrote in the news post news: [email protected]m ...


    > Hmm, I can use mx.freenet.de for incoming mail servers and smtp.web.de for outgoing mail servers. And vice versa, with pop3.web.de as
    > Input and mx.freenet.de as output ...


    That doesn't seem to work with Gmail and Web.de either ... I know? But it doesn't matter if I want to send an e-mail from my own web server via the Web.de outgoing mail server, the same message comes up.
     
    The simplest thing would be to find the function that you could find under HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Office \ 14.0 \ Outlook so that the standard is simply deactivated ... For the keyword "Outlook" I only find links for the uninstaller or the reference to other plugins or programs (MailStore Home Beta and G Data InternetSecurity) that need to access Outlook ...


    • Edited by Alex Pitulice Monday, May 7, 2012 3:56 PM Text formatting
    • Marked as answer byparadonymMonday, May 7, 2012 8:56 PM
  • text / html5 / 5/2012 4:56:10 PMparadonym0

    Hm, here it goes with Googlemail and Web.de, with the following settings:

     

    User information

    Your name: it doesn't matter

    E. Mail address: the Web.de address

    Server information

    Account: POP3

    Inbox: pop.googlemail.com

    Outbox: smtp.web.de

    Registration information

    Name: Google username

    Password: Google-PW

     

    More settings

    Outgoing mail server tab

    [v] The ... requires Auth.

    o Same setting. like inbox

    x Sign in with