How do I add a Reply-To header to my email?

When sending out emails, it's often useful to have replies directed to a different email address than the one from which the email was sent. This is particularly handy in business settings where you might be sending emails from a no-reply address but want to receive responses at a customer service address. Here's a guide on how to set up a Reply-To header for your emails using

Check Your Email Software or Plugin

Firstly, check if your current email software or plugin offers the option to set a Reply-To header. This feature is commonly found in the settings or preferences section of the email client. If available, simply enter the email address you wish to use for receiving replies. This is the most straightforward method.

Editing the Code

If your email client does not support the Reply-To header natively, you might need to manually edit the email's header if you're comfortable with coding. This involves modifying the SMTP code or the email script. Please refer to your specific email client's documentation for detailed instructions on how to do this.

Using for Reply-To Setup:

If editing code isn't an option, you can use along with your existing email service provider such as Google Workspace.

  • Add Your Domain to
    First, add your main domain to This process involves merging the SPF record of your domain with Maileroo's. It's important not to create MX records during this process, as these are handled by your primary email service provider.
  • Create an Email Account on
    Once your domain is added, create an email account on This will be the account from where you want to receive emails. For example,
  • Sending Emails
    Send your emails as you normally would. When recipients hit 'reply', the responses will be directed to your original, primary email provider.