I email a bunch of different clients from the same Gmail account. I am also using Zoho Projects to manage all of them. Zoho provides a feature that allows you to directly email areas of your project and see the email text appear under a task, a document, etc.

If I am emailing client A from Gmail, I would like to set the reply-to address such that when the client replies, it goes straight into my Zoho Projects task.

When I email Client B, I want the reply-to address to be different that for Client A.

Is there a way to set this up without going into the Setting->Account and Import every single time I email? Obviously, that would be completely inefficient.

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In order to reply from your other accounts you will need to add the each reply-to addresses/accounts through Accounts and Imports one time (not every time you reply), which you access through Settings >> Accounts and Imports.

In the Send mail as section you click on 'Add another email address you own', enter the name and email address for your desired email account, and follow through with gmail's verification process- which requires that you have access/own the other email account.

Once you have this set up you will be able to reply from the account/address of your choosing by expanding the email header section of your reply (by default it's condensed) and changing your From address via dropdown:

If you're replying to or forwarding a message, click the field where your recipients are listed, then click From. After clicking From, you'll see a drop-down menu next to your address, where you can select the email address you'd like to send from.

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    Not what I'm looking for. I simply want to add a bunch of "reply-to" addresses with each one corresponding to a specific client. I might have 100 clients and Google will not allow to set up 100 accounts I own. Commented May 12, 2013 at 20:25
  • @Imray your best bet would probably be to use a mail client application to do that. Commented May 12, 2013 at 20:57

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