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Hi,

I've setup Outbound email for civiCRM with my Smart Host and I get the confirmation fine but I'm looking to have the confirmation message sent to a different email address but I can't seem to find out where to change the admin email address.  There is the "From" Email address setting.  Changed that but still I'm getting the email notification on the wrong email address.

Thanks!!

Daniel
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Did you try
Configuration ->Site Information -> Email address?
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Hi - Yes - thing is that CIVI inherits the email address from drupal admin - and syncs it to civi so I changed the drupal admin and it works
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Well you are welcome for the help any way.
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I found the solution on my own
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