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igii05 igii05 is offline How to prevent exchange email account from sending emails in Outlook Windows 7 64bit How to prevent exchange email account from sending emails in Outlook Office 2010 64bit
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Hello,

I'm using Outlook 2010 with two email accounts. First account is set up with pop/smtp (hosted email), Second account is set up with local exchange server 2003 (not full exchange, only used to store emails, calendars, public folders). For sending & receiving emails we use hosted email account pop/smtp, which is default account.

The problem is when I receive meeting request.....if i hit Accept > Send the Response Now, for some reason it will try to send from the Exchange account (which is not set up for sending emails).

The only workaround I know is to hit Accept > Edit the Response before Sending > change account from exchange to pop and send.

Would you please help me if there is a fix or any way to disable exchange account from sending emails !!

Thanks a lot.
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