Are you using a client, like Thunderbird or Outlook? If so, setup that Gmail account in the email client, and use that account to reply from. The mail will show up in the Gmail account, in that program, just have that email account sent to use the Gmail servers.
I've got that setup on my Comcast account. Gmail pulls the Comcast via a Popfetch type connection. I must say, Gmail spam filtering is FAR better than Comcast. I still pull comcast on my Galaxy SIII for now, and I'll get 15-20 spam that Comcast misses, but when Gmail pulls it through, it all ends up in their spam folder.
I also have a Surge server running for our company, but this is for my private email. Gmail will pull from up to 5 different pop accounts, and when on the gmail web access, will even send as if it were the original account.
Something to think about on your end.
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On Sunday 24/03/2013 at 3:54 pm, surgemail-support wrote: