Remove ‘sent by’ in return email address

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How do I remove 'sent by' in my return address?

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The “Sent by” happens when the ID of the sender does not match the owner of the mail file being used.  For example, a secretary sends a note from his/her boss’s mail file.  The recipient will see the message as From the boss, but Sent By the secretary.  Another common scenario is when sending mail from a mail-in database.  As to how to get rid of the label and it’s information: send the message using the ID of the database owner.

This can be caused when the mail file Owner’s name has changed.  Select Tools — preferences, then replace the Mail file owner name from the Domino Directory.

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  • TomLiotta
    How do I remove ‘sent by’ in my return address?   I don't understand the question at all. A "return address" doesn't usually have a ‘sent by’ in it. How did you get it in there?   Can you explain more?   Tom
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  • Gabe9527
    You can add a PRINCIPAL and REPLYTO field to the MEMO form.... This will overwrite that the MEMO form is adding automatically.
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