"From" address is incorrect when sending mail from iNotes or WebMail

Posted on 2003-03-15
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Last Modified: 2010-04-22
Hi experts,

When I send email from a Notes client the email is received fine with a "From" address equivalent to the Internet address specified in the Person document (name@popdomain.com). However, when I send email from web (using either iNotes or WebMail) I get something like this in the From field:


the "domain.com" is the local domain of my network. What it should say is the email address I have set up as an "Internet Address" which is:


the "popdomain" is completely different from "domain".

So far, I tried playing with the messaging->domain configuration document for domain.com and even adding a new domain "popdomain.com" and changing the settings under the Conversions tab, but no luck.

I have a Domino6 server installed on a Linux Machine with Notes Clients accessing from Windows XP Pro. I use a remote POP account for incoming mail (my ISP blocks port 25) but I use Domino6 SMTP and Router for outgoing messages.

Please help,

Question by:amerfilip
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