10515 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Jun 1, 2010 1:06 PM by Marke
I haven't gotten to the point of setting up multiple accounts on my iPad yet, but on my iPhone the way it works is this:
- when working in the mail app, messages are sent from whatever account I'm working in.
- when sending from other apps, messages are sent from the default account.
I have no reason to believe that the iPad implementation would be any different.
Thanks for your response. I have tried what you suggested but it does not resolve the problem.
Let me phrase it a different way - i would like to create an (iPad) email in my me.com account BUT I would like the recipient to see in the From: field that it is from att.net.
I do this in Outlook 2007 and it would be nice if I could do it in iPad Mail.
The original response works. I do this all the time. You configure both email accounts on the iPad, but ignored the ATT one. Now while you are in you me.com email you should see the from being something, probably the default. If not the one you want to use, then click on it and it will give you both accounts. Choose the account you want to have the email come from.
I have three email accounts on my iPad and do this frequently.