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Q: I am sending lots of batch emails with an email program other than Outlook. After every message I see a window that says Symantec is scanning the email message. Is there any way to turn this off?
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== Setting A Different Reply To Address in&nbsp;Outlook<br> ==
  
A: We recommend that you let Symantec scan each message you send to ensure that your computer isn't inadvertently sending spam or viruses. However, scanning every email message may cause the mail server to time out if you are sending lots of messages at once (mass mailing or batch mailing). If that's the case this is how you can prevent symantec from scanning each email message:
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By default, when you send a message through Outlook, replies are directed to the account that sent the message. It is, however, possible to send any replies to an email address other than the one that sent the message. For example jsmith@midd sends a message via outlook, all replies to that message are sent back to jsmith@midd. With a different reply to address, a message sent from jsmith@midd can have replies be sent to someone else @ midd.<br>
  
Start =&gt; Programs =&gt; Symantec Client Security =&gt; Symantec AntiVirus =&gt; Configure =&gt; Internet Email AutoProtect =&gt; Uncheck Internet Email AutoProtect =&gt; Click OK and exit Symantec.
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=== Setting A Different Reply To Address in Outlook 2003<br> ===
  
We recommend that you turn this setting back on after you are done with the mass mailing.
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Compose your message as you would normally. Before sending the message click View =&gt; Options and the Message Options window will appear. Under Delivery Options type (or select) the e-mail address that replies should be sent to.<br><br>[[Image:Set_reply_to_address_in_Outlook_2003.PNG]]
  
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=== Setting A Different Reply To Address in Outlook 2007 ===
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Compose your message as you would normally. Before sending the message click the Options tab on the top and click Direct Replies To. The Message Options window will appear. Under Delivery Options type (or select) the e-mail address that replies should be sent to.
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[[Image:Set_reply_to_address_in_Outlook_2007.PNG]]<br><br>
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== FAQ<br> ==
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=== After every message I see a window that says Symantec is scanning the email message. Is there any way to turn this off? <br> ===
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Q: I am sending lots of batch emails with an email program other than Outlook. After every message I see a window that says Symantec is scanning the email message. Is there any way to turn this off?
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A: We recommend that you let Symantec scan each message you send to ensure that your computer isn't inadvertently sending spam or viruses. However, scanning every email message may cause the mail server to time out if you are sending lots of messages at once (mass mailing or batch mailing). If that's the case this is how you can prevent symantec from scanning each email message:
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Start =&gt; Programs =&gt; Symantec Client Security =&gt; Symantec AntiVirus =&gt; Configure =&gt; Internet Email AutoProtect =&gt; Uncheck Internet Email AutoProtect =&gt; Click OK and exit Symantec.
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We recommend that you turn this setting back on after you are done with the mass mailing.
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[[Category:E-Mail]] [[Category:Helpdesk_Documentation]]

Revision as of 11:54, 8 April 2010

Setting A Different Reply To Address in Outlook

By default, when you send a message through Outlook, replies are directed to the account that sent the message. It is, however, possible to send any replies to an email address other than the one that sent the message. For example jsmith@midd sends a message via outlook, all replies to that message are sent back to jsmith@midd. With a different reply to address, a message sent from jsmith@midd can have replies be sent to someone else @ midd.

Setting A Different Reply To Address in Outlook 2003

Compose your message as you would normally. Before sending the message click View => Options and the Message Options window will appear. Under Delivery Options type (or select) the e-mail address that replies should be sent to.

Set reply to address in Outlook 2003.PNG

Setting A Different Reply To Address in Outlook 2007

Compose your message as you would normally. Before sending the message click the Options tab on the top and click Direct Replies To. The Message Options window will appear. Under Delivery Options type (or select) the e-mail address that replies should be sent to.

Set reply to address in Outlook 2007.PNG

FAQ

After every message I see a window that says Symantec is scanning the email message. Is there any way to turn this off?

Q: I am sending lots of batch emails with an email program other than Outlook. After every message I see a window that says Symantec is scanning the email message. Is there any way to turn this off?

A: We recommend that you let Symantec scan each message you send to ensure that your computer isn't inadvertently sending spam or viruses. However, scanning every email message may cause the mail server to time out if you are sending lots of messages at once (mass mailing or batch mailing). If that's the case this is how you can prevent symantec from scanning each email message:

Start => Programs => Symantec Client Security => Symantec AntiVirus => Configure => Internet Email AutoProtect => Uncheck Internet Email AutoProtect => Click OK and exit Symantec.

We recommend that you turn this setting back on after you are done with the mass mailing.

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