Hey all, is there any way to securely have a gmail account use an email alias with mail.app on iOS? (Example, the "from" email is different than the gmail email address itself and looks like it's coming from your domain, i.e. the actual gmail account is “firstname.lastname@example.org" and I want the email to look like it's coming from my domain like “email@example.com") I have done this in the past by logging into gmail from my computer and setting up an IMAP default email alias from my domain. (Now all emails from that account are from my domain by default instead of the actual gmail account when using gmail's web interface, sweet. Works like a charm. I can do this in MacOS as well with mail. Great) However, it doesn't work with iOS's mail.app unless I change the gmail setup to "allow less secure apps" and don't setup the iOS email account as "google" from the start, but instead manually setup the imap account as "Other" using "imap.gmail.com" and "smtp.gmail.com" and so on. But that's not secure since it requires the less secure app option to be enabled on the gmail account. A workaround is to use the Gmail.app on iOS instead of mail.app which does correctly does send email from the default email alias, but with iOS's built-in mail.app, I see no way to do this. Anyone know if this is possible with mail.app on iOS 11?