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Sender Alias (For email notification)

Sender Alias (For email notification)

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Looking for a way to modify the sender address used in email notification. We are using Aura 6.3, and attempting to send email notification to our Exchange server. Is there an easy way to change the 'From' address, rather than use individual user addresses?

RE: Sender Alias (For email notification)

My email notification Sender address appears as "Avaya Aura Messaging" when using the notify me feature in AAM. But when I configure Outlook 2010 imap email setting to get email notifications I get individual user addresses in my emails as well.

Not sure where to change sender address but believe the server address is under System Management Interface under:

Administration
Server (Maintenance)
Server config (changes in here can be service affecting)
Network config Host
Hostname


RE: Sender Alias (For email notification)

why are you using imap for email notification rather than the builtin sms feature ?

there is a way to change the from in the system admin menu's

Ken Means

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"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

RE: Sender Alias (For email notification)

@Ken... When using the built-in feature we can only delete the voicemail from the PC (Outlook 2010)it does not remove it from our user's voicemail box or shut off the MWI lamp on the phone. That is why we went towards IMAP. The built-In feature has a couple features that IMAP does not but after weighing them out we went with IMAP

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