1741 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 18, 2010 1:50 PM by Gretchen Daniel1
I should add that I have done some more testing with a friend, and I see that the "reply all" feature doesn't reply to email addresses that are within the same Apple Mail program. I figured that much out.
But here's the weird part - I can no longer send out email from my @mydomain.com - either replies or brand new emails. I get the following message:
+Verify that you have addressed this message correctly. Check your SMTP server settings in Mail preferences and verify any advanced settings with your system administrator.+
+Select a different outgoing mail server from the list below or click Try Later to leave the message in your Outbox until it can be sent.+
+Sending from: Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx <email@example.com>+
The weird thing about this is that it is saying I'm sending from my Comcast email account even when I have the @mydomain.com email account selected as the "from" account. I can't figure this part out at all.
I am not totally clear with how you have set things up, and more info will be useful. However, let me note that normally the Gmail SMTP will change any From address to be the one used to Authenticate the SMTP. To send from another address, you may have to have an account set up, other than Gmail, but you say you have use web settings to allow sending from another address? I have not confirmed that Gmail means this to work with use of an email client rather than web access, but perhaps it does.
I think you have discovered that Mail will choose the first address listed in the To of the original message from among those set up in Mail, and will not send to additional addresses setup in Mail, without manually adding them.