Can I change answer email on kerio connect account?
For example, my email is jeff<_at_>compagny.com (hosted from basic pop/smtp provider) and I have an account in with a Kerio connect provider.
I can't transfert ALL my emails from the domain compagny.com (I am self-employed for this company).
THEREFORE, my supplier of Kerio Connect sells me a package that gives me an email. (eg. jeff<_at_>compagnykerio.com)
The provider has set up a pop downloader on her server to download my emails from email@example.com to my kerio connect account. (jeff<_at_>compagnykerio.com)
Receiving email works perfectly, I can see them on my cell phone in my outlook ...
THE PROBLEM IS that when I make a reply, I want to use the email firstname.lastname@example.org and NOT email@example.com (I want client see firstname.lastname@example.org and not jeff<_at_>compagnykerio.com that is not valid email)
I created an smtp account in my outlook with good email, but it is still complicated to select the SMTP account when I make a reply to an email.
And on a cell phone and webmail, it's not possible to do that.
So the question is simple, is it possible to configure a different output emails (ideally, this configuration need to be configure directly on the server account creation for this to be active on the cellphone and webmail without additional configuration for customer)
You will understand that I am the kerio connect provider in question ...
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