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I have upgraded to Domino 6.51IF1 but the Clients are 6.02CF1 and the user uses Citrix.

When I send mail to internet the sender is
tord.flemstrom@handels.se but when an another employee sends mail the sender is
"Ewa Österlund/Handels" <Ewa_0xL199zsterlund/Handels@handels.se>

0xL199z is an Ö, but my name have also an ö in it. (Flemström)

I can't find any differences in names.nsf and profiles but somewhere it must be a difference or?
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