Again, stretching the bounds of my knowledge here, but I think the
display name is part of the internet header. Something like:
"Webb, Joe" <[email protected]>
I don't know of a way to directly manipluate the header information
from within SQLNS without creating a custom delivery protocol.
You can try supplying the To field as I have described above - I
haven't tried it myself (and I don't have a good testbed in front of
me right now). I don't hold out a lot of hope that it'll work, but
who knows, maybe it'll go through.
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On 15 Mar 2006 10:18:35 -0800, "sudhakar"
<[email protected]> wrote:
>probably you are right. I have another issue, which is related to SMTP,
>which I am trying to resolve. When NS generates e-mails the To address
>field will be that of the subscribers.
>when they receive e-mail the To field in their(subscriber) mailbox will
>look like [email protected] . Is there anyway we can configure
>this , so that the To field will display a user friendly name? like To
>: ( Firstname, Lastname)