Mobile Phones iPhone & iOS How to Send iPhone Mail From a Different Account Choose an outgoing mail account to send an email message by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on August 19, 2019 Vijay kumar / Getty Images iPhone & iOS Switching from Android Tweet Share Email The Mail app for iOS sends and receives emails from one or more accounts. After you configure a second (or subsequent) email account, you'll unlock the functionality to specify the outgoing account for a given message. Instructions in this article apply to iOS 12 but work on all currently supported prior versions of iOS. How to Send Mail From a Different Account in iOS Mail To choose the account from which an email or reply you are composing in iPhone Mail will be sent: Start with a new message or reply in iPhone Mail. Tap Cc/Bcc, From. Tap the From line. Go to the scrolling menu at the bottom of the window, then choose the desired address. Continue to address and compose the message, then send the message. How to Use Several Accounts in iOS Mail When you change the From line of an outgoing message, you also change the account from which the message is sent. For example, if you enrolled an iCloud and a Gmail account on your iPhone, and you switch from one account to the other when you send a message, then the outgoing message appears in that account's Sent Mail folder, and replies are delivered to the inbox of the account that sent it. In other words: You're changing the account, not merely the address, that governs that particular message.