From: Wesley Darlington (wesley at domain blackstar.co.uk)
Date: Thu 24 May 2001 - 11:00:33 IST
On Thu, May 24, 2001 at 10:26:25AM +0100, Paul Jakma wrote:
> someone is giving me sh1t... and i'd like to know whether in exchange
> you can individually change what domain a users SMTP return address
> will be?
> eg so that:
> Joe Murphys email are sent as "From: Joe Murphy <jmurphy at domain bar.com>",
> Alice O'Reilly as "From: Alice O'Reilly <alice at domain foo.ie>", etc.. etc..
> is this easy to do in exchange?
I would have thought all this stuff was set in the mail client: If they
tell their outlook that they are paulj at domain paulj.paulj, then that's what
appears in the From: line and/or Reply-To: lines.
Exchange probably sets the envelope sender address, though, and may even
stick /that/ into the body of the message (Eugh!) if a From: or whatever
line isn't set. Me, I don't think an mta has any business doing that sort
of thing, but then Exchange is just so much more than an mta, apparently.
I should probably mention at this point that I've never used or adminned
 Exchange => Outlook ?
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