Workflow step - send email - address of sender

We are using workflow to register travels and leave requests and we are sending emails to the employees about eg. that their document has been rejected/approved. Emails are sent by user WFBATCH. Is it possible to change this user to some other one so that we could change the sender email address?
Thank you!

If you're usng a SendMail step then (if I remember correctly) it's always run in background and therefore always WF-BATCH.
Usually, if I want to do anything unusual with mails from workflow then I create a step which calls a task which calls a new method of my BOR object which calls fm SO_NEW_DOCUMENT_ATT_SEND_API1. See if you can specify the sender there.
Please let the forum know how you get on.
Rick Bakker
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