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Is there any way I can forward all email messages from a Gmail account to a number of other email accounts and set the reply-to (or from) header as the Gmail's account?

So multiple people can use one email to communicate to everyone, without having to worry about changing the to email when clicking reply?

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This is what Google Groups (or any other mailing list) is for. – Al E. Sep 15 '12 at 19:21
indeed, but I was hoping I could do something were I dont need to force people to get a google account for example. – AzaraT Sep 16 '12 at 9:08
You don't need a Google account to participate in a Google Groups list. – Al E. Sep 16 '12 at 15:06

Generally you can't do that with most of the email clients and webmail software. The things you are trying to do are usually a result of email addresses / groups belonging to Microsoft Exchange.

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