The way we set the From and Sender emails *should* do the right thing, but I
wouldn't be surprised to see some e-mail clients handle this wrong. Can you
tell me which clients those are?
To get what you want, you would basically need to modify notifications/email.py
to not use the user's email address.
Or you can erase that central RB address in settings and it'll just use the
users' addresses. This may fail sender verification checks, or cause warnings,
but it's the behavior we always used to have.
On Aug 30, 2012, at 7:58, Kyle Hayes <kyle.ha...@disneyanimation.com> wrote:
> Currently, all emails that are triggered from actions on the reviews come
> from a central email address with the name of the person performing the
> action. How can one change this setting so that only one name is shown (such
> as ReviewBoard or ReviewBoard Admin). It's an issue because many email
> clients cache the email address and name the first time it comes from an
> address making it appear that the person's name is associated with the email
> address defined in RB.
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