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I am employee of XYZ company. I have outlook configure with XYZ company mail.

When I send mail from my Outlook and when some one reply on that mail, it goes to abc@XYZ.com instead of that, I want to get reply on abc@gmail.com.

I want to know that, is there any way to set reply to email address when send mail from Outlook 2013? Like extra field in send dialog etc..

  • There are literally thousands of hits in google for that question. If you had spent some time looking in your account settings, you'd have either found the setting yourself, or with your first hit in google. – Lenniey Mar 2 '16 at 8:17
  • I tried google, but I didn't get any help from there, Is that possible, my admin hide this functionality ? – Lafada Mar 2 '16 at 9:10
  • Well, in an Exchange-environment (which I suppose you're in), this can't be generally set by users. You can, however, change it in each mail you're composing. In the ribbon bar check: Options - direct replies to – Lenniey Mar 2 '16 at 10:54
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I suppose my comment should be an answer.

In an Exchange-environment (which I suppose you're in), this can't be generally set by users. You can, however, change it in each mail you're composing. In the ribbon bar check: Options - direct replies to.

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