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Creating Email Identity

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by k_matthews, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. k_matthews

    k_matthews Registered

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    I really hope someone can help me here as I'm staring to go round the twist with this problem...!

    I am logging in to WebMail via Horde, where I have several email addresses that I can receive emails from. When I create an email, it defaults to my email address #1 as the sender. I want to be able to send from any of three email address identities though.... So, I clicked on 'Options' and selected 'Personal Information'. Here it allows me to create a new identity as well as the default,which I do. Great! Next I test that this is working by creating a new email and there I have two options for email identity - the default and the one I have just created. Double great! However, once I have finished and logged off it doesn't retain this information - the next time I log in, the email identity I have created has vanished and I'm left with just the default identity - Arggghhhhhh!
    Please can someone help me - Its probably me, I'm probably doing something really basic wrong but I need someone to help me as I just cant figure it out myself.
    Thanks so much.
     
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    Hi!

    Thanks for your reply. I'm logging in under my account user name.
     
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    Try logging in with an actual email account instead of the account's root user and set up what you want there.
     
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