WARNING! The following products were discontinued on 30 June 2021 and are no longer available for purchase or supported:
- Exclaimer Auto Responder
- Exclaimer Email Alias Manager for Exchange
- Exclaimer Mail Archiver
For more information, please see the Discontinued Questions and Answers page.
Email Alias Manager for Exchange allows you to choose which email address to use for sending (and receiving replies to) emails, at the point you send the message. Instead of managing multiple POP3 accounts, you define all required aliases to be available for a single mailbox.
When sending an email, you can select which alias to use and recipients will see the alias name displayed in the message From field.
However, with standard registry settings, when a recipient chooses to 'reply' to a message, reply headers will show a display name followed by the originating email address in reply headers.
In some scenarios, you may prefer to disable the email address in reply headers.
To disable the email address in reply headers, you need to update the Windows registry for any computers using the Email Alias Manager Outlook Add-in.
If you are not familiar with the Windows registry, you may wish to read about the Windows registry before attempting any changes.
We strongly advise you to back up the Windows registry before any modifications are made - in doing so you will have the option to restore the backup if a problem occurs.
For more information, see How to back up and restore the registry in Windows.
To update the Windows registry:
- Launch the RegEdit (Registry Editor).
- Browse to the following registry subkey:
HKey_Current_User > Software > Microsoft > Office > Version > Outlook > Options
From the Edit menu, select New then select DWORD (32-bit) Value.
Enter the DWORD name as DisableEmailAddressesInReplyHeaders and press [Enter].
- Set the value to 1.
- Exit from the registry editor.