So you have several accounts set up in Outlook, and now you want to reply
to a message sent to email@example.com
from your account firstname.lastname@example.org.
Simple enough. Or you just want to send a message from an account other than
your default account.
Create your message like you normally would by hitting reply or forward or by
creating a new message. Then, from the Accounts button, hit the dropdown and
choose the account from which you'd like to send the message.
Caution: Outlook 2000 has the same functionality, but the dropdown appears
right on the Send button instead of on the Accounts button, and you only have
this facility if you have the Internet Mail Only installation. There is no
Accounts button in Outlook 2000. Thanks to Jocelyn Fiorello, Microsoft
Outlook MVP, who had to beat me over the head with this information twice in the
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