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email alias is overzealous
  Posted by  Andrew Cumming  on Friday, January 04, 2002 at 4:48:36 AM (EST)
I use email aliases to collect emails coming in from a number of groups and use the alias feature to place them in my mailbox. The problem I have is that if I have an alias of agroup@email.com for example, then I try to send an email to the group (send to agroup@email.com) then the alias intercepts this and simply sends the email back to me. It never reaches the group. I have only been able to solve this by sending my outgoing email directly to my ISP and bypass the LanSuite email server.

Is there any means to state that an alias is only to apply to incoming mail ?

Thanks,
Andrew
  Posted by James Williams  on Tuesday, January 22, 2002 at 4:15:59 PM (EST)
No, you cannot set the mail rules on LAN SUITE, the best thing to do would be change your default domain to nothing and use aliases for everything.
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