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tangerine3

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Hi,

I use outlook express to send and receive my e-mails. i am going to become a moderator for a forum and i will need to send out questionnaires to potential members so they can join. when i send out the e-mail i want a specific e-mail address to show; not my personal one. I use verizon as my isp and the only thing i can think of is to set up another e-mail account with them, but wanted to ask here first if there is something in outlook that would allow me to do this. Thank you.
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Johanna

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If you just want to change the name displayed as the sender, you can do that in account options. If you want to hide your address in the headers, I can't help. Most forum software has a mass email program available in the control panel.
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Neil Jones

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Surely the people who run your forum can provide you with an address you can use?
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Surely the people who run your forum can provide you with an address you can use?

Absolutely. Your hosting service (for your website and forum) should provide an email address. You should also be able to setup an account for it in Outlook Express and use the account as the sending account when sending messages to forum members.

Hmm, I see I joined this forum about 2 1/2 years ago, and this is my first post.

Edited by farmpond, 13 November 2007 - 07:41 PM.

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