I am using eFa 220.127.116.11 in front of Microsoft Exchange with Active Directory authentication enabled.
This works great with all users, that are using the native email address.
I have one user, who forwards his messages from another mailserver to my Exchange server and who's sender address is therefore changed from the default.
When this user logs in to eFa (to release Mails), he doesn't see his mails there, as eFa uses another user profile.
As this may be hard to understand, here is an example:
The Exchange domain is "exchange.com"
A regular user firstname.lastname@example.org can login to eFa and see his mails.
Then there is this one user email@example.com, who forwards his mails from firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com .
The sender email address of this user is overwritten with firstname.lastname@example.org on the Exchange server, so that the outgoing mails are sent with the correct mail address.
I (as admin user) can see his incoming mails in the eFa backend, they are listed as <sender> -> email@example.com .
When firstname.lastname@example.org logs in on the eFa backend, a new user email@example.com is created by eFa that has no mails listed.
When firstname.lastname@example.org logs in, the same account is shown.
In the admin user backend I can see both users, but I found no way to login the "real" email@example.com user.
Any ideas how to fix this? Currently this user cannot release quarantined mails on his own.
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