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Grandpuba

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Hi all,

Can a user in a mail domain, have a different mail reply address as the domain?
One user wants a private pop3 account coupled to his mail account in kerio... for so far no problem in configuring this.
But...
User X has a configured domain mail address userx<_a.t_>mydomain.com but with pop3 he also receives userx<_a.t_>hisdomain.com
how can I add userx<_a.t_>hisdomain.com as an additional selectable reply address in webmail?
I don't want him to have two seperate users for webmail.
Can I tweak this in the users.cfg ? and whats the way for that?.

Using a mail client is not possible because the user has no laptop, and can only mail from a hotel connection.

Hopefully there is a sollution to this problem.

Regards,

Grandpuba

[Updated on: Thu, 08 November 2007 23:24]

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Grandpuba

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Anyone an idea about this?

Regards,

GrandPuba
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Grandpuba wrote on Thu, 08 November 2007 23:23


how can I add userx<_a.t_>hisdomain.com as an additional selectable reply address in webmail?

Regretfully you can't. You can only have alternative from addresses that are in the same domain. (And even than it can't have another 'nice name', too bad.)

The user could go into the Webmail Settings, Mail tab and set the 'Special Reply-To address' there. This will not change his 'from' address, but at least when the recipients hits reply the mail is send to the other address.

Still, quite cumbersome. Sorry there's no better solution (that I know of anyway).
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