I have a head-scratcher -- at least for me:
On the form: http://www.madisonsquarechurch.org/contact-us/, the host (Dreamhost) has a policy against allowing the Reply-To address to be a big webmail provider (Gmail, Yahoo, and the like)! So, we attempted to bypass that issue by setting up a general mailbox (madweb@ ) as the Sender.
The issue then arises if someone needs to setup an auto-responder -- according to Dreamhost, the auto-responders on their system ignore the Reply-To field and respond only to the Sender -- which is a general mailbox. Thus, neither the *true* Sender nor the Recipient are alerted to the fact that the email went un-responded-to or that the response went to a generally unmonitored mailbox...
Any chance that made some semblance of sense? Any thoughts as to what the "fix" may be? I am nearly ready to draw up a flow chart to comprehend it all myself. :-/ Let me know what needs to be explained (or at least attempted).
Thanks in advance,