Anyone ever noticed that when you send an Email via the webmail or iNotes the reciepient get the email as "email@example.com" format, and what about getting the RFC format, i.e. "Joe Kapara <firstname.lastname@example.org>"?
Well, it can be done using a little tweak in the "Router" configuration in the directory.
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- Open your "names.nsf" (or any other directory used for configuration).
- Navigate to "Servers --> Configuration" and choose the server (or group) you want to modify its setting.
- Navigate the follwing tabs: "MIME --> Advanced --> Advanced Outbound Message Options" and modify the "RFC822 phrase handling".
- Usually, the "Use DN as phrase" looks best in email clients.
- Don't forget to restart your router in the server console using "Tell router stop" and then "load router".