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How do I set the from address as no-reply@salesforce.com?

I've tried with Enabling Enable Sender ID compliance, but it's of no use.

When I test my mails I get from address as [my name_via_parsedtext.ap1.bnc.salesforce.com ] instead of this I need to have no-reply@salesforce.com.

I cannot use Organization-Wide Addresses.

  • Currently my organisation is using this setting like ex [support@myorganisation name.com] . – kishore Dec 30 '14 at 13:44
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Its not clear if you need to enable email relaying, but just in case, I've included two parts of the following Success Community Post, the latter of which likely applies most (in reverse) to what you need to do. Note that in another post, it appears that in the Winter 13 release no-reply@ may have been changed to noreply@.

Email relaying is using an email server to send email that did not originate on the email server. Email relaying is a Feature Activation and can only be enabled on Professional, Enterprise, Unlimited, and Developer Editions of Salesforce. Companies set up email relaying to: Route all email through their own email servers to avoid the appearance of email spoofing by Salesforce.com. Email spoofing is the forging of email headers to make messages appear as if they came from someone other than the original sender. Store copies of all email as required by government regulations in various industries. Apply existing content filters that scan messages for data and content that is not approved to be sent out through company email. Run outbound email through antivirus software before sending it to customers. Append data such as company-wide disclaimers at the bottom of email messages. You can set up email relaying for Salesforce-generated email by configuring Salesforce to automatically route email through your company's Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server. In order to enable Email Relaying, we require that you review the following information: 1. Please provide any domain names that this may apply to and the IP address of the mail machine we will relay to.

  1. When you are notified that the relaying feature has been activated, you should enable relaying for the following IP addresses: 96.43.144.64 to 96.43.144.65 96.43.148.64 to 96.43.148.65 182.50.78.64 to 182.50.78.79 202.129.242.64 to 202.129.242.65 204.14.232.64 to 204.14.232.79 204.14.234.64 to 204.14.234.79

  2. Please provide contact information for the primary mail contact person- this is usually an IT person responsible for your mail server.

  3. Will you use TLS? We recommend the use of TLS if possible to increase security in the server to server process. Once Email Relaying has been enabled for your organization, a System Administrator must enable this in Setup. This can be done by going to: Setup | Email Administration | Email Relay Activation

The following was said in response to "do you know if it is possible when we are doing relaying to set the "sent from" to a customer.com address instead of noreply@salesforce.com?"

When an organization has selected the Enable Sender ID compliance checkbox in Email Delivery options this complies with the Sender ID framework. This automatically populates the Sender field in the envelope of every email you send from Salesforce.

Mail servers using the Sender ID email authentication protocol verify the sender of an email by examining the Sender and From headers of an inbound email through a DNS lookup. If you do not select this checkbox the Sender field is not included in the header and email delivery may fail when a recipient email system performs a Sender ID check.

Note: all replies to these mails will still be delivered to the correct "From" email address.

If you do not want the from address to contain this information you will need to disable this functionality.

You can turn this feature off by clicking on:

Setup | Email Administration | Deliverability Locate the "Email Security Compliance" section Uncheck the Enable Sender ID compliance box Click Save

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