Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
I have all my POP accounts linked into my GMail account so I can access all my POP mail on my iPhone. However, if I respond to an email on the iPhone, it automatically sends it using the GMail address. If I hit "respond" is there any way to change the GMail address to one of my other POP address so the person who gets the email thinks it came from the account he originally sent to?
To fix the responding issue, you need to tell your iphone which account is the default account for sending your emails.
touch settings, then mail, and at the bottom of that page in the sending section it asks which account is your default.
The iphone will always use this accoutn to send emails if you start an email outside of the mail program, like by clicking an email in your contacts list or on a webpage.
Now if your in another POP account in the mail program and you click compose message it should be sent from that account.
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
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