Address masquerading is a method of concealing email addresses or domain names behind the mail gateway by assigning replacement values to them.
See About aliases and address masquerades.
If you masquerade a probe address or domain, the probe account will become invalid. Make sure there are no probe accounts associated with an account you masquerade. See About creating probe accounts.
Follow these steps to add or edit masqueraded entries.
To add a masqueraded entry
In the Control Center, click Protocols > SMTP > Address Masquerading.
In the Original address or domain to masquerade box, specify an address or domain to masquerade. The domain name is not case-sensitive.
In the New address or domain box, specify a new name for the address or domain name.
From the Apply to drop-down list, specify the messages to which this masqueraded name applies: Outbound messages, Inbound messages, or Inbound and outbound messages.
To edit a masqueraded entry
Click the masqueraded address or domain that you want to modify.
On the Edit Masqueraded Entry page, modify the masqueraded entry as desired.
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