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Multiple Identies in MacOSX Tiger's Maill.app

01/06/07 | by JAdP | Categories: Computers and Internet

When I originally wrote my post on setting up Mail.app for IMAP, I hadn't found a way to set up multiple identities for one user account. There is a way. I found it by accident. I was setting up another account, and my mouse cursor was hovering over the email addresses input box when this appeared: "Enter one of more email addresses, separated by commas." So, I added some aliases that I have for that account and now they appear in the drop down box for Account when composing a new mail message. So, if I've set up an alias for dealing with an online service, and I need to contact that service, I no longer need to expose my "real" email address. Cool.

Here's a some screen shots.

Mail.app Preferences Showing Identities
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Another Screen Shot of Mail Preferences
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BTW, the "Edit email aliases" button that appears on the first screen shot, only appears for dot-Mac accounts, as the second screen shot for an IMAP account shows.

New Mail with Identies Dropdown Box
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