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cSmtp 13 May 2020 10:09 #14545

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  • Hi Folks,
    sorry for opening a topic to the old VO 2.8 SP4 classes!
    We have a VO Systems, that automatically sends e-mail to customers/suppliers, containing pdf-files, csv-datafiles, ....
    For us this system works perfectly and very reliable.
    But, since a few weeks our mail-provider (1und1.de / ionos.de) claims that these mails have to comply to FRC2822.
    The mailheader has to contain the fields "Date:", "From:", "Sender:" and "To:"
    Indeed, our mails do not have the field "Sender:" and i cannot find anything in the VO classes the set the "Sender:"

    Is there a chance, that one of you can help me with a solution to this.
    Thanx in advance
    Thomas

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    cSmtp 13 May 2020 11:04 #14546

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  • Hi Thomas,

    we use for senders e-mail:
    oEMail:FromAddress := SELF:cFirmaEMail

    and senders name:
    oEMail:FromName := SELF:cFirmaAbsender


    HTH

    Gerhard Bunzel

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    cSmtp 13 May 2020 11:09 #14547

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  • Hallo Thomas,
    the cEmail class has a Cargo variable to set additional header information.
    Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Riedmann
    Meran, South Tyrol, Italy

    www.riedmann.it - docs.xsharp.it

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    cSmtp 14 May 2020 09:25 #14570

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  • Gerhard, Wolfgang,
    thank you for your thoughts.
    Gerhard, we already use the fields you mention. But thanx anyway.
    Wolfgang, with the cargo variable i was able to put the "sender" field into the header.
    Lets see, what our mailprovider thinks of that ;-)
    Thomas

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