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Old 1st October 2006, 19:53
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Is there any way to get the emails sent from my client domains to show up using their client domains in the address?

For example, I have a client domain yyy.com while my main domain that I am hosting from is xxx.com. I have created a user under the yyy.com domain called me so his actual username ends up being web1_me. Now when I login using web1_me and his password, send an email, and then receive it on the other end, the address shows up as web1_me@xxx.com rather than me@yyy.com.

How do I go about fixing this? If you need any further information maybe my Postfix conf file, let me know.

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Josh Abts
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Old 2nd October 2006, 13:22
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Sender addresses are always set in the mail clients and not on your server. If you use a webmail client you can set the sender address in the account options inside the webmail, if you use outlook / thunderbird, you can set the sender address there.
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