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    sky address showing up in domain emails

    This is a discussion on sky address showing up in domain emails within the Mac users forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Not sure if this a Mac-only problem, but just in case... I use Sky POP mail via Apple Mail. I ...

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      sky address showing up in domain emails

      Not sure if this a Mac-only problem, but just in case...

      I use Sky POP mail via Apple Mail.

      I have my main sky email address, and also a couple of domain specific addresses. Today, by accident I noticed when my mail is sending from the domain addresses it also shows up my sky address to the recipient. (ie 2 addresses display).

      I'd rather not display my sky address when I send domain email, any fixes?

      Thanks in advance!

      Scott


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      Re: sky address showing up in domain emails

      This is a "feature" of Sky's SMTP server. The good folks here at Sky user have provided a more flexible SMTP server you can use. See Sky User - Unofficial Help and Support for Sky Broadband and everything Sky! - SkyUser SMTP Server Live

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      Re: sky address showing up in domain emails

      Thanks for that.

      Sorry for being backward, I presume since I am already registered on the forum I just use the password and user name I already have?

      Or do I need to leave a message on the other page?

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      Re: sky address showing up in domain emails

      Yes, I am backwards. Just went and emailed via the other page like I was supposed to.

      Back to the plot…
      Is there anyway to stop the 'double email' thing when sending via webmail, looked in settings.

      I presume not... ?

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      Re: sky address showing up in domain emails

      "Is there anyway to stop the 'double email' thing when sending via webmail, looked in settings"

      yes there is

      setup a filter in the mail settings section to have all e-mail sent to you from your @sky.com address to skip the inbox. This stops you receiving a copy of your own e-mails

      jonathan

     

     

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