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Oct 26, 2018

Using Message Profiles to send messages from different email accounts

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Edited: Mar 13

Sometimes you would like to send messages from ChilliDB using a different email account so that the replies end up going back to that email account (e.g. info@myorganisation.com.au).

 

ChilliDB has Message Profiles which will allow you to do this. Every login has a "Default" Message Profile and you can then add more through the "Preferences" menu > "Maintain Email Preferences".On this screen, you will see your Message Profiles listed and you can add new ones or manage existing ones as well as choose which is your default Message Profile.

 

When you send a Message, you can use the "Select Profile" link underneath the actions menu at the top of the Send Message screen. This will show a drop down of your available Message Profiles, which you can then select from.

 

 

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