How to send emails with alias in Outlook?
Have you even received email messages that show senders’ names before email addresses? See screen shot below. Normally it only shows senders’ email addresses at the message header. Here I will introduce a way to send your email messages with alias, so that recipients can view your alias at the message header in Microsoft Outlook.
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To send your email messages with alias in Microsoft Outlook, please follow these steps below:
Step 1: Open the Account Settings dialog box:
- In Outlook 2007, please click the Tools > Account Settings;
- In Outlook 2010 and 2013, please click the File > Info > Account Settings > Account Settings.
Step 2: In the Account Settings dialog box, go to the Email tab, select the email account which you will sent emails with alias, and click the Change button. See screen shot:
Step 3: Now you get into the Change Account dialog box, and clear the original content in the Your Name box, and enter your alias in it.
Step 4: This step will show the selected email account as your alias when sending emails.
(1) Click the More Settings button in the Change Account dialog box.
(2) In the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box, clear original content in the first box, and then enter your alias in it. See screen shot below.
(3) Click the OK button to exit the Internet E-mail Settings dialog box.
Step 5: Now you get back to the Change Account dialog box, please uncheck the option of Automatically test Account Settings when Next is clicked, then click the Next button and Finish button separately at the bottom of Change Account dialog box.
After configuring the account settings, you will view the specified email account shows as your alias when sending emails. See screen shot below.
What’s more, if you send email messages with this configured email account, your recipients will view your alias before your email address at the message header. See screen shot.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoThere exists a cloud service named ChooseFrom 365 that allows you to send as any address.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoIt seems like sending emails from an outlook alias is now easily done in the latest outlook mail application. All you have to do is select the 'from' setting while composing an email and you can easily toggle between your main and alias accounts.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 3 years agoHello! It did not work for me.
I have a primary outlook.com account set in my Outlook 2010. Then, I'd like to send e-mails from my another alias, linked to this primary account. There's no way, you'll be just able to send email from your alias in the web (outlook.com.br).
I added a new account as POP3/SMTP in Outlook 2010 with my "alias", and the connexion was ok, I could select my alias in the FROM list.
But when I sent an email for myself as a test, in the sender's field was written my MAIN ACCOUNT. I tried a lot, but now I gave up hahaha.
There's another way to send emails from an outlook.com alias using Outlook 2010?