Mail features you aren’t using: Multiple From addresses

If an e-mail account has more than one valid From address (for example, if you use as an alias to, you can configure Mail to let you use any of those addresses when sending a given message from that account. First, choose Mail -> Preferences, click on the Accounts icon on the toolbar, select your account, and click on Account Information. Then, in the E-mail Address field, enter all the addresses you might use with that account, separated by commas. Close the Preferences window and click on Save. Now, when you compose a new message, you can choose any of those addresses from the From pop-up menu below the Subject field.

via The seven most underused Mail features | Business Center | Working Mac | Macworld.

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