- Gmail lets you change email address when people reply
- Set up a reply email address
- Why do it?
Gmail lets you change email address when people reply
When someone replies to an email, the message is usually bounced back to the sender’s address. Email works this way by default. In Gmail, however, you can change the reply address so that when the recipient replies, the email is sent somewhere else.
You can change your reply address in Gmail for a number of reasons, but the main reason is probably that you have multiple “Send Email As” addresses associated with your account and you don’t want replies sent to those accounts. , Reply settings in Gmail can be changed in the Gmail tab. Accounts and Import institutions.
Set up a reply email address
Select Institutions on the Gmail toolbar.
Select Institutions in the menu that appears.
Go to the tab Accounts and Import †
In section Send email as: select change information next to the email address for which you want to set a reply address.
Select Enter a different reply address.
Enter the address you want to receive replies to next to reply address †
Select Saving Changes †
Repeat this procedure for each of the email addresses you use. To stop using your reply-to address, repeat these steps, delete your email address and select Saving Changes †
Why do it?
Let’s say you use email@example.com as main address, but would also like to send mail as firstname.lastname@example.org , which is another Gmail account that you manage. Although you can send email as: another you don’t check this email account often, so you don’t want replies sent to this email account.
Instead of forwarding emails from another on the main email address , you can easily change the address for the reply. So, when you send messages with email@example.com the recipients reply as usual, but their email is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org instead of email@example.com †
All replies will remain in your primary email account, even if you haven’t sent a message from main email address †
Remember, when you send an email from another account set up in Gmail, you need to select an email address next to the text From at the top of the message. From there, you can choose from the list of accounts “Send Email As”.
The recipient will probably see something like this in the string From an email you send with a different reply address:
firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of (your name)
In this example, the email was sent from: email@example.com but the reply address is set firstname.lastname@example.org † Replying to this email will send a message to: email@example.com †