#1821 ✓fixreleased
vic239

Can you flag From Address Derivation

Reported by vic239 | August 28th, 2017 @ 08:30 AM

Would it be possible to add a notification of some sort when the from email address is changed as a result of the auto-derivation feature? I understand the principles behind this feature, but as a new user unused to this behaviour it has resulted in mail going out with an inappropriate address and something to catch the eye might alleviate this.

Thanks.

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  • benny

    benny August 30th, 2017 @ 11:44 AM

    • State changed from “new” to “accepted”

    I'll add this to my notes about re-implementing the status bar in the Composer. Part of that is likely to be to move the From popup to a more prominent location and I'll consider if it could also be more obvious when it is auto-derived.

    There's a hidden preference to completely disable this feature if that is preferable for you:

    defaults write com.freron.MailMate MmNeverDeriveSenderBasedOnRecipient -bool YES
    

    (MailMate still finds the proper identity when replying to or forwarding emails.)

  • vic239

    vic239 August 30th, 2017 @ 01:29 PM

    Thank you very much benny, I’ll use the preference setting meantime.

  • benny

    benny December 6th, 2018 @ 10:14 AM

    • State changed from “accepted” to “fixcommitted”

    The From header is now part of the headers list. This should also make it a bit easier to spot when it changes.

  • benny

    benny December 13th, 2018 @ 10:59 AM

    • State changed from “fixcommitted” to “fixreleased”

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