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The Ultimate Guide for switching from a PC to a Mac
(Part 2 - coming soon)

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Using "Reply-To" with Mail

Hey! Sometimes you receive an e-mail and you think, "This question should have been asked to that person". You then foward the e-mail to the person who have the answer. A great way of doing this is by adding a "Reply-To" field with the e-mail address of the person you received the e-mail from and I usually add my own too. In this way, when the person you fowarded the e-mail to answers, no time will be lost waiting for you to foward it again to the original sender and you'll both receive the answer! This can be done with Mail by clicking the small text icon beside the "Account" field and choosing "Reply-To address field".

See you tomorrow for another Mac tip!

Here is a screenshot showing how to do it in Mail:

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