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How can I get GMail to make the default address I’m sending an email from be the same as the To address in a reply?

I use different addresses in my Gmail account, for work, private matters, and a club I'm doing some work for.

Is there a possibility to automatically reply with, say, the work address to all emails that were sent to the work address and not always have to change it to the work address?

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In Gmail, open the settings. Choose Accounts and Import. There will be a list of all your Gmail accounts. At the bottom of that list will be a radio button control. One of the options will be to reply using the address that the mail came to.

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wow, how could i not see this?? thanks! – Pat Apr 18 '12 at 15:19
fyi I need to refresh gmail (I used ctrl F5) to get this setting to take effect – User Jun 11 '15 at 1:46