04-12-2012, 07:05 PM
Both of the above replies belie a misunderstanding of the question. The feature for which the asker is looking is one that I believe is only available on the PC versions of Outlook. It allows the user to send an email to a recipient, & specify a different
address to which any replies to the email are sent. Example: email@example.com
sends an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
, & the sender wants any replies coming from recipient to be sent to email@example.com
. When the recipient clicks Reply, instead of replying to firstname.lastname@example.org
, he replies to email@example.com
This is useful in a situation where an executive assistant monitors emails that come to his/her employer's email, looking for administrative items on which he/she can take action so the employer doesn't have to. The employer has more than one email address, & wants to make sure that any business correspondance goes through the business email address (so that the assistant can see it), even though he/she may be sending from a personal email account.
So, going back to the original question, is this feature available, & if so, how does one activate it?