Hello Forum, Recent changes to gmail's DMARC policy have forced us to alter our email practices. We now must specify a ReplyTo email address that is different from the FromEmail. Below is the release from sendgrid, whom we utilize for emails: https://sendgrid.com/docs/Classroom/Deliver/SenderAuthentication/gmaildmarc_changes.html In the past, we set the FromEmail to $Account/CurrentUser, but now doing will sometimes result in blocked emails due to spoofing concerns because the domain of the sender / recipient is the same. White labeling the the sender IP address and domain have not resolved the issue. Per our email provider (sendgrid), we must now set the FromEmail to a 'no-reply' email and then set the ReplyTo email to the $Account/Email. I'd hoped it would be as easy as creating another parameter ("ReplyTo") within the SendEmail MF (provided by Appronto) and setting it to $Account/Email in each of our email MFs, but I've been unable to get the ReplyTo to show up in recipient email clients. Apparently, I am missing a step. Have any of you run into this issue, and how did you all amend the Appronto (or Mx) email module? Thank you! Ricky
If you want to send from example.com and change the Reply-to, that should also be possible.
- Add a parameter ReplyToAddress to the SendEmail Java action of type string
- Open the SendEmail.java file (javasource/approntocommon/actions) in notepad of Eclipse