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Lexmark X658

Gmail ignores configured Reply Address in SMTP Setup or E-mail Setup

Issue description

A recent Gmail server security restriction ignores your configured Reply Address when initiating a Scan to E-mail.


Using as a value for Reply address

Results in...

And, two identifiers reveal this issue after scanning and sending your email...

Refer to the table below.

The Reply Address being Disregarded as an alias to the main user account; (e.g., Device User ID)

  1. The X - Google - Original - From value in the inbox header information:

    Return ‑ Path:



    from <some MAC address.fqdn by with ESMTPSA id <some value> for <>


    X - Google - Original - From:


    Other Values:

    Date, X-Mailer, Message - ID, MIME- Version and Content - Type

  2. The inbox shows sender as the authenticating gmailacctUID user.


Primary SMTP Gateway:

Primary SMTP Gateway Port:

465 or 587

SMTP Timeout:


Reply Address:

Use SSL:


SMTP Server Authentication:

Login / Plain

Device-Initiated E-mail:

Use Device SMTP Credentials

User-Initiated E-mail:

Use Device SMTP Credentials

Device Userid:

The Embedded Web Server location Settings > E-mail/FTP > SMTP Setup is accessed by entering your printer's IP_address into your browser's web address field; i.e.,

See here the Lexmark CX 72x, 82x, 86x Series MFPs setup.


To get Gmail to recognize the Reply Address as the sender and to recognize the Reply-to in the header, you will have to create an alias.

To do this:

  1. Open Gmail.

  2. Click on Settings (Gear icon).

  3. Click on Accounts, or Accounts and Import.

  4. Next to Send mail as, click on Add another email address you own.

  5. Enter a name and the reply email address you want to see appear; i.e.,, and click Next Step to complete the process.

  6. After completion, you should see both the main and alias email address.

If the issue persists, search for more information related to this issue or contact support for further assistance.

Verifying success

Sending an e-mail will now show the correct sender (reply-to) information in the recipient's inbox.

Logging into your account using the main-authenticating account (gmailacctUID) now allows you to send e-mails using the alternate (alias) email address.


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