Lose 'on behalf of' - complicated


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Jim S

I have a domain name which I use as the default address for my (IMAP)
Outlook 2010 account. The domain redirects all incoming mail to my Gmail
address. I post from Outlook on my PC via a Gmail SMTP so that I can use
the Gmail app on my android phone.
When I look at the 'Sent' emails I see - My Name< (e-mail address removed)> on
behalf of myname < (e-mail address removed)>

I know that the replies come to (e-mail address removed) which is what I
want, but I would rather the recipients did not see my Gmail address as it
confuses some of them.
Is there a way to hide it?
 
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Good Guy

I have a domain name which I use as the default address for my (IMAP)
Outlook 2010 account. The domain redirects all incoming mail to my Gmail
address. I post from Outlook on my PC via a Gmail SMTP so that I can use
the Gmail app on my android phone.
When I look at the 'Sent' emails I see - My Name< (e-mail address removed)> on
behalf of myname < (e-mail address removed)>

I know that the replies come to (e-mail address removed) which is what I
want, but I would rather the recipients did not see my Gmail address as it
confuses some of them.
Is there a way to hide it?

You can register your domain with Google Apps (paid service) or With
outlook/Microsoft (free service). Doing so, you continue using their
web-based email or your own email client but everything goes out and
receives to your domain email address. I am using Microsoft's Outlook
service but my emails are:

(e-mail address removed)
(e-mail address removed)

etc etc

I am using my own domain to send and receive emails except that I am
using Microsoft as my host for free of charge.

If you want to learcn the steps involved then try this link:

<http://www.blogsynthesis.com/setup-microsoft-outlook-custom-domain/>

It is pretty easy if you get your mind to it but some people don't like
anything from Microsoft or Google. It is their loss if they don't have
open mind about current technologies.
 
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Jim S

You can register your domain with Google Apps (paid service) or With
outlook/Microsoft (free service). Doing so, you continue using their
web-based email or your own email client but everything goes out and
receives to your domain email address. I am using Microsoft's Outlook
service but my emails are:

(e-mail address removed)
(e-mail address removed)

etc etc

I am using my own domain to send and receive emails except that I am
using Microsoft as my host for free of charge.

If you want to learcn the steps involved then try this link:

<http://www.blogsynthesis.com/setup-microsoft-outlook-custom-domain/>

It is pretty easy if you get your mind to it but some people don't like
anything from Microsoft or Google. It is their loss if they don't have
open mind about current technologies.
Thanks. I have just now discovered that I can use my isp's email in the
same way I formerly used Gmail (it is Google based). When I do, it sends
from Outlook without the 'on behalf of'.
I also discovered that the latest version of Samsung's Android email client
shows embedded pictures.
Now I have the tedious business of copying/dragging all my folders from one
account to the other.
I'll keep your post on file in case my solution goes pear shaped :)
 

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