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I have mulitple Aliases for my email depending on whether I give out my personal email or business email address. All of these are aliases that go to the same mailbox.

The problem is I would like to have mulitple Repy To: addresses depending on which email I am receiving. Some email systems call this mulitiple profiles.

My question is there ANY way to handle this with the on the BB. I have tried to create mulitple email server accounts under one login but it does not give me muliple rely addresses.

I also tried to create another webclient account but of course it knows my Pin and IMEI are already registered.

Any suggestions ?

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There's no way to do this, unfortunately -- short of getting BES.

With BES (See Hosted BES FAQ), you can have one "From:" BES email address and one "From:" BWC email address. So you can have two separate "From:" email addresses for people to reply to.
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Mark this is exactly what I have now and for what is does it works great. My work BES/Exchange email gets that reply and my personal webclient pulls email from my mail server and I have that ONE address.

The problem is I have multiple aliases going to my personal email account. Is it dumb that the web client allows you to add additional mail accounts but NOT have mulitiple reply addresses ?

I even added two email accounts to the WC point to the same personal email account but with two email addresses. Which seems like a reasonable way they could solve this problem. But that didn't work either. :(

Pretty basic feature, I can't believe RIM is so far behind on this type of capability on a product who's prime selling point is it's email connectivity.

It looks like the Product Manager for the BES product is doing a great job but the PM for the client should be fired.

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