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    using sky as my outgoing mail server in outlook 2007

    This is a discussion on using sky as my outgoing mail server in outlook 2007 within the Sky Email and Portal Log-in forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Cam amyone please help me. I have had to configure me home office email using outlook 2007 with sky as ...

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      using sky as my outgoing mail server in outlook 2007

      Cam amyone please help me. I have had to configure me home office email using outlook 2007 with sky as my outgoing mail server. This all works perfectly except when I send an email which is displayed using my business address, the reply address is displayed as "coasey@sky.com", which is not ideal.

      I have that the reply email is correct and I wondered if there is a setting in Sky mail which is preventing my business email address from being displayed. I can't find it and so wondered if any of you guys had a better idea.

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      Re: using sky as my outgoing mail server in outlook 2007

      You cannot send through sky smtp without that happening, you should be using your business email server settings instead. If you don't have a properly hosted email service for your business you will need to either get one of apply for a skyuser smtp account.

     

     

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