Doug Clements writes:

> gjohnson wrote:
> > Hi.
> > 
> > I have vpopmail, courier-imap and sqwebmail running on OpenBSD 3.3 with
> > apache NOT chrooted.
> > 
> > I have two domains: real.domain and virtual.domain
> > In SqWebMail, virtuser with virtual.domain logs on to SqWebMail thus
> > virtuser%virtual.domain & pass
> > But once logged on they see themselves as
> > which also appears as their reply-to address (until/unless they change it).
> > Naturally, many will not change it.
> > 
> > Real users see [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- so they are fine.
> > I would just like virtusers to see [EMAIL PROTECTED] both at the top
> > of the page and for their reply-to.  Is this possible?  If so, how do I
> > change the virt.domain setting?
> Set the sqwebmail prefs for the user when you create the account. They 
> include the Reply-To address.
> --Doug
Thanks for your reply.  I am working with sqwebmail-3_5_1, vpopmail-5_2_1,
and vqadmin-2_3_2.
When I create an account thus --
su - vpopmail
vadduser [EMAIL PROTECTED] password
 -- I see no option for sqwebmail prefs.  I can not change reply-to with
vqadmin either.  Neither do I see any reply-to or "name-at-the-top" option
in the actual SqWebMail webpage itself.  Only when I send a mail from
the account in SqWebMail can I (permanently) change the reply-to address
(by simply changing the reply-to on that email).

What SqWebMail prefs were you referring to?  Can they be applied
domain-wide, or do I have to go to each virtual user after set up and

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