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    Default Change FROM address using Outlook connector

    I've changed my FROM address in the zimbra web interface to an alias I use. Email I send from the web interface is sent correctly with the alias as my from address.

    Unfortunately, mail sent from Outlook using the Zimbra connector continues to use my account name as the from address instead of the alias I configured. (This causes problems sending to mailing lists subcribed with my alias, etc.)

    Is it possible to change the from address for email sent from Outlook using the Zimbra Connector?

    I'm using Outlook 2007 with Zimbra 5.0.2817.11 client and 5.0.11_GA_2695 server.

    Thanks,

    Brian

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    I'm sad to see that this thread didn't get a reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfilias View Post
    I'm sad to see that this thread didn't get a reply.
    Why would that be? The answer to the question, if you're interested, is to use a Persona (search the forums for details).
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