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    Default [SOLVED] Changing "From" and "Reply To"...

    Hello,

    Recently, it would seem that a client's Zimbra webmail account was hijacked. Now, whenever he uses the Zimbra webmail ZCS to send out, the receiver sees his name differently, and there is a reply-to that is clearly not his email address. This does not happen when he accesses Zimbra via POP or IMAP. I checked his user settings in the Administrator ZCS site and everything looks okay there. I inherited this server from a former admin and am not too familiar with the Debian OS. Any help would be appreciated.

    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewlent View Post
    Recently, it would seem that a client's Zimbra webmail account was hijacked. Now, whenever he uses the Zimbra webmail ZCS to send out, the receiver sees his name differently, and there is a reply-to that is clearly not his email address. This does not happen when he accesses Zimbra via POP or IMAP. I checked his user settings in the Administrator ZCS site and everything looks okay there.
    In the Admin UI go to the Account and then View Mail, you should check the user preferences for any changes to the reply-to setting? How did you determine this account had been 'hijacked'?
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    Thank you!

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