This guide contains instructions on how to set up Outlook to “Send” from an email alias created in Office 365. As you know, when you reply to a message received under an email alias, the “From” field contains your primary email address. and not an alias address. If you want to “Forward” an email alias, continue reading this article.
When you create an email alias for an Office 365 user, all messages that arrive at the email alias address are delivered to the user’s primary mailbox, and replies to those messages are sent through the user’s primary email account. This means that the user’s email address will appear in the “From” given.
To be able to send emails from an Office 365 email alias in Outlook, follow the instructions below to add the new email alias as a secondary account in Outlook, or use the following methods:
- Set up a distribution list for email aliases in Office365.
- Create a shared mailbox for email aliases in Office 365.
This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to add an Office 365 email alias as a second account in Outlook so that you can send emails from the alias address.
How to set up Outlook to send emails from Office 365 email aliases.
To set up Outlook to send email using the new email alias you created in the Office 365 admin center, continue by following these steps and add the new email alias as a secondary email account in Outlook:
1. From the File go to the menu Profile settings and press Profile settings, or near Outlook and go Control Panel -> Mail *
1. If you don’t see Mail in Control Panel, set Visibility to Small characters.
2. I prefer to configure email settings from the Mail settings in the control panel, because (for me) it’s an easier and more hassle-free way.
2. Select “Email Accounts” in the options New.
3. Choose Manual configuration or additional server typesand press The next one.
4. Choose POP or IMAP and press The next one.
5a. On the next screen, fill in the blanks as follows:
Your name: Enter the user’s display name.
Email address: Enter the email address you want to send.
Account type: Choose POP3
Incoming mail server: outlook.office365.com
Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.office365.com
Username: write the primary email address (username) of the Office 365 user.
Password: The user’s Office 365 password.
5b. press Additional settings.
6a. Yes General tab, enter a new email alias in the “Reply to Email” field.
6b. Yes Outgoing server Click to select the tab My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication check the box.
6c. Yes Complicated tab:
In Outgoing server (SMTP) box, type: 587.
In Use the following type of encrypted connection list, select STARTTLS or CAR.
press OK to return to the previous screen.
7. press The next one to test account settings.
8. When the test is complete, press Termination.
9. Now, in “Account Settings”, select the new email account and click on it Change folder.
10. Select as the new email delivery address Inbox in your primary account (Exchange or POP3) and click OK.
11. Finally, select Data files tab, and Turn off new mail alias .PST data file.
12. When finished, close all windows and open Outlook.
13. Dan File select menu Options.
14. In the Outlook Options panel, click Complicated and then press Send/receive.
15. Click in the “Send/Receive groups” options Editing.
16. Select an alias account and click on it sure the Add the selected account to this group check the box. Click when done OK, close and OK to close all windows.
17. You are done! If the form is enabled, if you want to send an email using a new email alias, click From whom button and choose a new email alias. *
*Note: If you don’t see it From whom on the field, then New email window, click Options label and inside Show fields group, click From whom.
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