I’d looked at something like that but in this instance the 2 trading styles are completely separate so there is no common element between them to append anything to.
That was what I was looking for initially before I started this topic, I thought maybe I was looking in the wrong place so yes, seems like a logical/simple way to do it.
In addition to these couple of areas I was also about to raise an invoice from the 2nd trading style but there should also be a second set of email templates as again there is only one default, which is all wrong for the 2nd trading style. I know I could do something with the wrapper but the from address etc would still be wrong. Once you expand on this then I suppose this is going to cause issues on some mail servers as I would be using the same SMTP credentials as the primary trading style but sending from a different domain on the 2nd account.
I’m not sure if am using this correctly as I seem to have a lot of issues with things that aren’t doing what I expect (which isn’t unusual for me tbh). I’m thinking I need 3 trading styles to get it to work, and the primary one should be a limited co. to use the details for on the emails etc and then the others are just “ltd co/trading style 1 t/a trading style 2” . I’m using this for 2 different sole trader styles, but both sharing a common bank account/set of accounts so I don’t need/want either trading style to mention the other.