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Can I encrypt an email sender's name?

Is it possible to encrypt a user's name before sending an email? SearchDomino.com expert Chuck Connell weighs in.

I need to encrypt a Lotus Notes email field while sending. I want to encrypt the Lotus Notes user's name and then send the email. How do I do this?

You cannot encrypt the names of email senders or recipients. If you did, Lotus Notes -- or any email system -- would not be able to deliver the email.

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