Microsoft Outlook, one of the most popular email and personal information management software, lets you to add different email account as long as the application supports the protocols like POP3, SMTP, and IMAP, which cover pretty all the popular email providers like Gmail, Yahoo.com, iCloud and majority of open-source email providers.
One of the biggest advantages using Outlook to manage your email account is that you get to enjoy all the benefits and features Outlook has. And if you know how to write Outlook automation script, then that’s a huge benefit. For example, using Outlook VBA, I can automatically create an email, draft the email body and subject, display it, and send it out without even touch my keyboard.
By default, when you create an email, Outlook automatically assign the first e-mail account its finds. What happens if you have multiple e-mail accounts and you want to assign a different email account to send an e-mail?
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to create an e-mail with any account you want using Outlook VBA.