Set up the ability for users to send messages with another one of their owned/controlled email addresses or aliases listed as the sender, instead of their primary email address.
Step 1: Setup Send-As
- Enter the name that you'd like to appear in the "from" field for this user
- Enter the email address that you'd like to appear as the origination address for emails sent by this user
- Enter a Reply To:, the address that will be included as the reply-to address in email sent using the alias
- Optional: make this alias the default Send-As address
Step 3: Review and Apply
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Note: If you receive an error here, it signifies that information you entered in the fields in step 1 are not verified domains, or valid names/addresses. The email address that you'd like to designate as a send-as alias must already exist on your domain in some form. (Primary address, email alias, group, etc.)
Change the domain in the email address
Use Case: A university wants to differentiate the domain name of their alumni. Current students should continue sending/receiving mail as "email@example.com" but alumni had their addresses change to "firstname.lastname@example.org". To make these changes:
- only change the email address domain name
- Important: You must enter a sub-domain that you have owned and verified or you will receive an error at step 3.
Change usernames to a group username
Use Case: If a company has Spanish speaking members of the Sales Team and would like these users to be able to send emails from an aggregate email address "sales-SP". In this case:
- Fill in a valid group (or username) while leaving the domain unchanged
- Important: You must enter a valid group or username or you will receive an error at step 3.