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SQL Server 2005 Database Mail, Hide "From" e-mail address

Posted on 2011-03-03
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Hi all,

  I configured database mail on my SQL Server 2005 db server. I'm wondering is there any way to hide the "From" e-mail address when Database Mail sends the e-mails?

Thank you!!
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Hi

You need to show who sent the email (the same as subject is mandatory). For security reasons I doubt this will ever be possible.

Regards
Emil
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Actually subject can be empty so that wasn't a good example ;)
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