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Ok, will talk to the dev team about it. However, currently the demand seems to be very low, so please continue to vote for it if you think this should be done.
Hi Thomas, the 'improvement' idea actually states the answer you give :)
My idea is that you can override the from address for all emails sent from the server. Our Domino servers host hundreds of customer installs of web XPage applications and I just wish to be able to have the email come from 'no-reply@...' rather than the server name. I have actually registered 'no-reply_customer' for each (ok most) but was aiming to have a nicer/easier catchall. Welcome to close the idea as already possible.
Personal recommendation: Dont sign agents with the server ID.
Use the "RunOnBehalf Of" feature in the agent to run it with a virtual user name for which you have created a person document in the Domino Directory.
@Thomas: I assume the Asker is talking about sending a mail by the server, not receiving.
I suppose all the Asker would have to do is create a user by the name of No Reply, with an internet address of firstname.lastname@example.org, sign the agent with that user and allow that user sufficient right to do whatever the agent needs to do.
Tried that, emails are still showing as coming from the server.
Can you help me with further details. My target is for an email sent by an agent (e.g. 'Send Newsletters' in discussion) to come from no-reply/Domain, rather than server/Domain. And then of course if it goes out to smtp mail, the email will be coming from email@example.com.
I have added a mail-in database, put server/domain in Internet address (Eagle/GBSFastworks), but where would I define the from address so emails sent by the server get a different from address (not Eagle)?
As mentioned above, you can set up a mail-in database with the name of the server. Closing as already exists.
You can do this by adding a mail-in database using the server name ( Server/Domain ) as the Internet Address. The Mail-in name can be anything you like.