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    mxbsuper is offline Junior Member
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    Default Just installed Zimbra with Outlook Connector

    Hi All

    I am just evaluating Zimbra with the outlook Connector, so far so good.

    When I send email, I would very much like to know if there is a way of setting / manipulating the Sent From / Reply To address.

    I would like for this to be different from the email address that I am receiving the Zimbra Mail in on.

    Basically, when I send emails to people, when they reply I would like the reply to come back to a different email address.

    Any ideas ??

    Regards

    Mark

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    The feature you're looking for is Persona, look on the user Preferences/Accounts tab and in the Admin UI set it to 'allow sending from any address' if you want to change the from & reply to settings.

    PS That's also available for the Outlook user.
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    Bill


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    Found it !!

    I can see clearly what you mean.

    Appropriately intuitive


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