|Subject:||Re: tidSmtp feature request|
|Posted by:||Don (kingfi…@joesgarage.org)|
|Date:||Tue, 17 Jan 2006|
> I humbly request that the protected methods "SendNoPipelining" and
> "SendPipeLining" get an additional parameter to pass the sender of
> the e-mail.
> I need to be able to specify sender and recipients independently of the
> "From:" and "To:" fields of the original mail.
> My mailserver has to do a special kind of CC where a copy of an incoming
> e-mail must be sent over the internet in case a colleague is on holiday.
> Our internet provider's SMTP server rejects all mail that doesn't come
> from our domain, so the original mail's "From:" field can't be used
> as the sender.
How would this differ from using From and Sender properties as intended, and
adding an address to the BccList? (all properties in TIdMessage)
Are you tring to do SMTP Relay or just sending the message as a forwarded
tidSmtp feature request posted by arthur hoornweg on Tue, 17 Jan 2006