This is probably only a problem for me, but ...
I just upgraded from Express to Outlook '03. I used express vs. outlook in the past due to the ease of managing my many email addresses. '03 has that capability.
When I create a new email from scratch, I would like outlook to display the account name it is using, just as it does if I manually change to an account other than default (i.e. "This Message will be sent via ACCOUNTNAME"). I can't tell you how many times since upgrading I've accidentally sent an email via my default account because I don't have that visual clue and am in a hurry.
I run a small online business and my sales address is the default account as that is most appropriate for the bulk of my email. But it's confusing, and a more than little embarrassing to send a message to someone I'm doing consulting work for using this account.
I doubt it's possible, but can I flick a switch somewhere and have the account always display?
As an alternative, and I don't know much about outlook rules, but could I write a rule that forces me to cofirm the address before sending? It would be a real pain, but would at least keep me from making this mistake over and over again, as I don't seem to be learning otherwise.
Don't think it matters for this question, but I'm on XP Home SP2