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Liz2
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Email ~ Using own Domain Name email address...

Hi

We have our own Domain name email address and I cant work out how to set that in Outlook as the default mail sending address. Any ideas?

Thanks

Liz

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raymie67
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Re: Email ~ Using own Domain Name email address...

select tools

then email accounts

then view or change existing....

and then click on the one you want as the default and press the "set as default" button

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Liz2
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Re: Email ~ Using own Domain Name email address...

Thanks, but the email address has our old ISP details and I cant find how to change them to BT whilst still keeping the address... I have xxx @ BTinternet.com working, but really need our domain name one instead...
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interalia
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Re: Email ~ Using own Domain Name email address...

Is this what you mean, or any help?

http://btyahoo.com/smtpnonbt

I have a domain address (and other ISP's accounts) set up this way and going through the BT account.

(After setting them up, Raymie's steps above can set your domain address as the default.)

 

Or maybe this?

http://www0.more-solutions.co.uk/support/email-oesetup.html

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Re: Email ~ Using own Domain Name email address...

 


@Liz2 wrote:

Hi

We have our own Domain name email address and I cant work out how to set that in Outlook as the default mail sending address. Any ideas?

Thanks

Liz


Hi Liz. Welcome to the forums.

 

Have a look at my shortcuts, options 0e - that may help the setup of a non BTinternet email address. It's not usually just a matter of entering the domain address in the "From" setting.

 

You can have more that one account setup in Outlook, and can choose which one to be the default as already mentioned.

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