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Old 02-12-2018, 01:08 PM
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Default Sender Address Change for Email Notifications

Hello,

We currently have our AAM setup to send email notifications to users when they receive a voicemail. It works great. However a change is soon coming to the SMTP servers that will require the "from" address to be valid within the enterprise in order for the message to send. Currently it appears to be using the username.extension@hostname. Is there a way to change this setting so the address is noreply@companyname.com? We are running Aura Messaging 6.3

Thanks to any and all replies!
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