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ChempIno

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Hello,

we send our emails through a smarthost on the internet.

The Kerio Connect Server set the 'Return-Path' on outgoing email to: username<_at_>domain.tld
The 'From' and 'Envelope' is set to: firtname.lastname<_at_>domain.tld
This is the users correct alias set in the user account and Kerio Connect Client.

If the email returns to the sender because of delivery problems the notification is send
to username<_at_>domain.tld as set in 'Return-Path'.

So all these messages drops in our default / catch-all mailbox (on the smarthost) and must be divided manualy.

How can i change the 'Return-Path' address in the outgoing mailheader?
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dzjowk

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Dear support,

I would also like to know if changing the return-path address if possible.
When using SPF-checks changing the reply-to address is not sufficient.

regards
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