In Config → Settings → transactional settings, the “Reply-to email address for system messages” is the “address that should be used when recipients reply to system messages”, according to the documentation at documentation:configuration [phpList Resources]
My understanding is that “system messages” are the messages the system sends to end users to confirm their subscription, welcome them, say goodbye, notify change of details, etc.
However, a Reply-to header is NOT getting added to any of those messages in the installation I’ve just set up.
Is this potentially a bug in 3.6.14, or am I misunderstanding the application of this setting?
It would be advantageous to have a Reply-to address on the types of system messages mentioned above, because the system messages are being sent FROM email@example.com – which I’m certain is a common configuration – and in the event that a user hits reply to an automated message, it would be preferred to have that reply go to the company’s regular human-monitored inbox.
Thank you for your attention!
~ John C.