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    Is it possible to change the "reply" address for a single message?

    Scenario: Joe wants to send a message to Jim. But if Jim clicks "reply" for that message, the intent is for that replied email to go to Jane without Jim knowing it.

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    Yes, set the 'Reply-to' in the persona of the users preferences.
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    One catch though...they're using Outlook 03. And I really don't want to make our CEO and President go through webmail just for that.

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    Outlook has a persona function as well.
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