RE: Web based email client capable of setting different domain

From: Jason Huddleston (huddlesj_at_otc.edu)
Date: 03/25/04

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    Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 14:53:16 -0600
    
    

    Imp from www.horde.org can do this.

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    Jason Huddleston, CCSA
    Network Security Admin, Firewall Technician
    Ozarks Technical Community College
    huddlesj@otc.edu
    417-895-7798
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    On Behalf Of Reuben D. Budiardja
    Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 9:31 AM
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    Subject: Web based email client capable of setting different domain
    Hi all,
    I hope someone can help me and/or show me if there's easier solution for
    this.
    I have a mail forwarding set up so that any email sent to 
    user@forwarding-domain.com goes to my own mail server (running sendmail, 
    stock RHEL 3 install). 
    I wondering if there's a web based solution that I can run on my mail
    server, 
    so that any email that was sent from the web-based mail client looks like it
    comes from forwarding-domain.com. 
    I know that most modern mail client can do this "forging From / Reply-to" 
    address (ie. Kmail, Evolution, don't know anything about Win mail client) by
    setting up different "Identity". But we are planning to do this for about 15
    people and I just want to provide a 'standard' solution for everyone.  
    I'm not ready yet to set up our own mail server with its own domain name, so
    I 
    thought this email forwarding feature that we got when we bought the domain 
    name is the simplest way to go, at least for now. Oh, please be assured I'm 
    not trying to spam anyone :)
    Thanks for any help / info on this.
    RDB
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    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
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