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 If you want to catch email replies you have three options: If you want to catch email replies you have three options:
  
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   * (1) Define a **Reply-to header**. Please define that under the "​scenario settings/​message template"​ at the bottom under "​advanced mail settings"​. The reply to address is the address where email replies should be sent, instead of ‘From’. This is used if, for some reason, your ‘From’ address cannot receive replies (e.g. you do not control that domain or don't have a mail server setup for that domain). In the screenshot below you see that the email is sent from the user "​mitchel@guysfromrolla.com"​. If the user clicks on the reply-to button in the mail, the actual reply-to address set in the header is used then (billg@microsoft.com). You should use a reply-to adress which you can actually receive. Typically phishers use generic mail adresses from gmail, yahoo etc.   * (1) Define a **Reply-to header**. Please define that under the "​scenario settings/​message template"​ at the bottom under "​advanced mail settings"​. The reply to address is the address where email replies should be sent, instead of ‘From’. This is used if, for some reason, your ‘From’ address cannot receive replies (e.g. you do not control that domain or don't have a mail server setup for that domain). In the screenshot below you see that the email is sent from the user "​mitchel@guysfromrolla.com"​. If the user clicks on the reply-to button in the mail, the actual reply-to address set in the header is used then (billg@microsoft.com). You should use a reply-to adress which you can actually receive. Typically phishers use generic mail adresses from gmail, yahoo etc.
mail_settings.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/17 12:35 by lucy