Re: Icedove 126.96.36.199 on Lenny
Why aren't you using the Google SMTP-Server (smtp.gmail.com)? Send mails
with his Googlemail-address through this server.
Normally mail servers are not configured, to accept every address as
sender, only your address (<name>@isp.com) - because of spam. The server
of the old provider might have accepted it, the server of the new ones
Am 25.03.2011 11:33, schrieb Lisi:
> I have recently migrated someone to a new ISP. For this ISP his username is
> his email address with that ISP: <name>@ISP.com. I have edited the SMTP
> settings so that he uses their SMTP server.
> And now he cannot send "from" his preferred, Googlemail email address. It has
> been changed so that his email address at the top of his sent emails is:
> <name>@ISP.com. I have done nothing to bring about this change, other than
> change the smtp server details from his old ISP's SMTP server to his new.
> How do I reverse it? He still wants people to use his gmail address, even
> thogh he has another SMTP server.