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Old 10-03-2005, 10:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I use my Blackberry for my personal and business use. For my personal use i have 2 e-mail addresses one that is known by my closest of peers and another one for my online merchant use (both still personal, the business e-mail address use is just a popped e-mail address as well).

I have to find a way to reply from my blackberry for my online merchant use with a different reply address as i do not want anyone to see my personal e-mail address, hence i desiganted my blackberry replye-mail address to be "" and whenever i reply i use the signature field to denote that i am replying from a hand held device and inform the e-mail address i am replying to that they should send me an e-mail again on the address they originally composed their e-mail for.

Is there anyway i can reply to my senders with the identity i want them to know me through? For example the e-mails that are coming from my Ebay account should see me as the e-mail address registered on Ebay.
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You can wait until Cingular adopts a system similar to T-Mobile's new BIS, which makes replies appear to come from the account to which the original message is addressed.

In the meantime, you can try setting up the Desktop Redirector for one of your accounts (some users have reported that it works on regular POP accounts), which would allow you to choose between two "from" addresses (the one associated with the web client and the one associated with the redirector), or you could set up something like BBReply, which would not give you an additional "from" address, but would allow you to automatically direct any replies to your messages.

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