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Hi,
Can somebody Please help

I am writing a code to send the emails using mapi message control like


    MAPIMessages.RecipIndex := MAPIMessages.RecipCount;
    MAPIMessages.RecipType := 1;
    MAPIMessages.RecipDisplayName := ToName;

I want to send email from my default email  but when somebody reply that email
it should be on a different email address.
I have tried MAPIMessages.MsgOrigAddress but it is read-only

Thanks

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This is not possible in the e-mail protocol, since it is not implemented and also never will be implemented because it will encourage phising and spamming.
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What is your MAPI provider?  Set your reply to address in your MAPI provider and MAPI should pick it up.

Alternatively, don't use MAPI.

While existenz2 is wrong that this is not possible, he is right in that you should not do it to deceive or if you do not own the reply to address.
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