The answer to the question is no - you cannot redirect or change the 'reply to' address. This issue of a web administrator's personal e-mail address being used in the header as the sender for broadcast messages has been discussed in other threads - I just can't find them. There are many of us web administrators hoping the next revision to the LUWS will handle this differently.BDalton wrote:As ward web admin, when I send a broadcast email, it appears to the recipient as if I am personally sending them an email. I have begun including some text in the body of the message that specifies the message is being sent to all ward members from the web site, but this is still not always very clear. Is there some way to change the return address so it shows up as coming from something like "ElkRidge3rdWard@LDS.org" instead of from my personal email address?
My solution has been to create a disposable web mail account and enter that in my LUWS user profile. That doesn't take care of the LUWS broadcast messages using my registered e-mail address. But if problems arise because of it I can discontinue the address, create another, enter the new address in my user profile, and proceed on without my ISP e-mail address getting entangled in any messy situations.
I also include a notice in all broadcast messages that says "Please do not reply to this message. It was sent as part of the stake broadcast messaging system and uses my, the web administrator's, personal e-mail address for a return address. Please direct correspondence to the person identified in the body of the message."