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How do I set up different profiles for a “group” managing a mailbox?

Once logged into your mailbox, go to “Settings”

Then Choose “Identities”

The click the “+” icon to create a new profile by completing the following fields:

Display name

The full name displayed in the recipient’s email program when you send out a message

Email

The email address stated as sender of email messages you send with this identity. Please enter a valid email address that is handled by your Inpriva email account. Otherwise message sending might fail because of an invalid sender address.

Hint: The Email field might not be visible or editable. This is no malfunction but a restriction set by the server administrator.

Organization

Some email programs do display the organization field when receiving messages from you with this filled out.

Reply-to

Enter an email address that differs from the identity’s Email address here in order to force recipients to send answers to that address instead of the sender email address.

Bcc

Specify an email address here that will receive blind copies of every message you send with this identity.

Set default

Check this box to make the current identity the default selection when writing new messages. You can still chose another sender identity while composing a message, though.

Signature

Every sender identity can have its own signature text which will be apened to the message text when you start writing a new email message. Visit Settings > Preferences > Composing Messages to configure when and how signatures are inserted.

Signature

Enter the actual signature text here.

HTML signature

Check this option if you mainly send formatted (HTML) messages and to enable formatting of your signature. The text box above will then show a toolbar to adjust formatting.

The Delete button also located in the identities list footer will delete the currently selected identity after displaying a confirmation dialog.

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