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    Hi,

    I was wondering, is it possible to have Zimbra return away messages using the email address the original email was sent to? All our users have a couple of different aliases, and it's confusing some people if they send an email to foo.bar@domain.com and get a reply from foo@sub.domain.com.

    Thanks,

    Vegar

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    What do you mean by having Zimbra return away messages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jholder View Post
    What do you mean by having Zimbra return away messages?
    Let's say I have the account foo@domain.com and this account has the aliases bar@domain.com and baz@domain.com. The user foo enters an away message in the webmail -> options screen. Some customer only knows about the address bar@domain.com, and sends an email to bar@domain.com.

    Since the user has set an away message the customer is sent this, with foo@domain.com as the sender of the away message. I would like this away message to have bar@domain.com as its sender (or baz@domain.com if the original mail was sent to that alias) in order to avoid confusion about who the customer contacted.

    Vegar

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    What's the status on this?
    Has this been implemented in a newer versions (than 4.5.5) of Zimbra?
    If not, are there any plans of implementing this?

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