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Topic # 142737 22-Mar-2014 22:00
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Hello

I own a domain name  mycompany.co.nz (not real name).  I have emails sent to that name redirected to my xtra account.  I had Thunderbird set up so that the "From" and "Reply To" fields in my outgoing email optionally looked like they were coming from me@mycompany.co.nz and not from me@xtra.co.nz.

Now that Telecom has changed to SSL, the server won't accept emails that aren't from me@xtra.co.nz.

Does anyone know if Telecom will allow me to send out emails "From"/"Reply to"  me@mycompany.co.nz?
I did try calling Telecom but I didn't want to wait an hour not to get an answer.

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  Reply # 1011173 22-Mar-2014 22:11
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Log in to your account through the webmail portal and have a look at account settings there. From memory there's a setting for that but I can't recall where.

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  Reply # 1011176 22-Mar-2014 22:20
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Perhaps it was something to do with authorising your domain name account to send through the xtra account. hmm. Will have a look tomorrow.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1011182 22-Mar-2014 22:32
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Why don't you send out on your own domains SMTP?




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  Reply # 1011248 23-Mar-2014 09:43
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Hi

That did it.
Thanks.

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  Reply # 1012040 24-Mar-2014 19:37
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coffeebaron: Why don't you send out on your own domains SMTP?


Yeah who is the email provider for your domain? Why not use their smtp server?



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  Reply # 1012071 24-Mar-2014 21:18
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Ragnor:
coffeebaron: Why don't you send out on your own domains SMTP?


Yeah who is the email provider for your domain? Why not use their smtp server?


Receiving and sending emails from my xtra account is more convenient for me.

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