I’m trying to create aliases that I can send FROM in addition to receiving email to them. I got it working but with a weird issue.
Please note: below I use -at- instead of @ and -dot-com in emails, otherwise I can’t submit this post because the system says “new users can only post two links.”
I have to set up the alias twice, once in the admin site and once by the user (using “Webmail > Settings > Identities”) for it to send properly from webmail. If I add an alias b-at-domain-dot-com to email a-at-domain-dot-com and log in as a-at-domain-dot-com, I do not see b-at-domain-dot-com in the “from” drop down. If I don’t add the alias from the admin site but do add it from “Webmail > Settings > Identities” (or by clicking the button next to the from box to get to the identities page), I do see it in the “from” drop down, but when I try to send I get an error:
SMTP Error (553): Failed to add recipient “recipient-at-domain-dot-com” (5.7.1 : Sender address rejected: not owned by user a-at-domain-dot-com).
If I then do both (add it from the main admin alias page and the user’s identities page), then re-send, it works fine. That’s great that it works, but I’d prefer not to have to manage it in two places. Is this working as expected? Anyway to just manage it in one place?