I have a "Google Apps for Domains" account for a customized domain name, call it
mydomain.com. I also have a regular
@gmail.com Google account where I do most of my emailing.
Long ago I setup a "Google Groups" address in the
mydomain.com account, to forward all email to me at my
@gmail.com account. For those unfamiliar with the terminology, a "Google Group" in this context is basically just an alias address.
Recently (April 2014 timeframe) I have noticed email sent to my
mydomain.com account comes into my
gmail.com account with a "From:" header that looks like this:
From: 'Real Sender' via myname <firstname.lastname@example.org> Reply-to: Real Sender <email@example.com>
In other words, Gmail is making the email look like it's coming from me!
On my iPhone, this causes the actual name of the sender to show up with my own name, since iPhone Mail is pulling my name out of my address book, due to the use of my own email address in the "From:" header. Very confusing!
Is there any solution?