I have a virtual domain with my ISP and e-mail is setup with *@mydomain.com all routed to firstname.lastname@example.org. This way email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org are all sent to email@example.com, but the TO: field is still kept firstname.lastname@example.org, etc. I then have a network setup with one system that has Internet access, and outlook 98 checks the e-mail, then forwards via a Win95 MS Mail Postoffice to the correct people on the postoffice depending on the TO: field from the Internet mail. The system doing the forwarding is setup with a Postoffice account called "InternetMail", so that is who they reply to when they get forwarded e-mail addresses. Is there a way to do one (or both) of the following...
1) Change the reply address on the forwarded message to the FROM: field of the orinal Internet e-mail.
2) Append the FROM: field of the original Internet e-mail to the body of the message being forwarded.
This would make it alot easier for people to reply. They do have the ability to send Internet mail from their systems if the to address is Internet style.
If you need a more detailed explanation e-mail me at email@example.com
P.S. I DO NOT need to know how to setup rules for forwarding, deleting, etc., I have already done that. I just need to change the reply address or append it.