Receive my Outlook emails in my personal email ID

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Hello, I am using 2010 Outlook and whenever I get a reply to my email, it automatically goes to server and not directed to me(only). Can somebody please let me know how to change that thing where I can get my email protected to me only and not to the server. Thanks
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In Outlook. go to File Info -> select account ->Account Settings.
In Account Settings, select Change Folder and change it to Outlook Data
File – Inbox. Now you are able to receive emails in your inbox.

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  • ToddN2000
    Never heard of this problem. I assume you have your own Outlook account. When you send an e-mail to someone, how does your name show up as a sender to them? They should just be able to hit reply. If you are sharing an outlook account and sending mail from there and want it to go to a private e-mail, I can only think of one way. You would have to add your e-mail address in the body of the e-mail as a link or add your e-mail as another addressee. This will not stop it from going to the server if the person replying selects "reply to all".
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  • aryan1233
    Well, I have the same settings you describe there. The issue is that we use customer support account. When I email from that account, it shows my email id to them and they reply, 2 other email ids attached to the customer support account, get it as well. But when I email someone from my email id and then reply, it also goes to customer support account and everyone on that account can see that. So would it be possible for you to give the solution for this situation here? 
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