At the place I work we are wanting to have all student worker email accounts automatically have a 'reply-to' field pointing to our global inbox. In other words, we want all incoming mail to go to email@example.com but allow all student workers to send email from their work account (eg firstname.lastname@example.org).
I know that when composing a new email, I can choose options > "direct reply to" and that does what I want except that it has to be done manually and is therefore one more step which might be forgotten from time to time.
How can we set up an outlook profile and/or email-account to have a specific reply-to by default?
Additional context (if needed):
The reason we don't want students to have access to the global inbox is because they will mistakingly make decisions which are incorrect based off of some emails (like who to assign certain problems to). So we want the staff to read through the inbox and make those decisions so that the students don't mistakingly make wrong decisions.
However, the student workers do need to send email to clients to do their job, so they can send email via their work account, but...
Sometimes students forget to check their work email for weeks, so replies get lost :(. That is why we want all reply-to fields to go to email@example.com .