Email name the same for server performance report

I manage a dozen small business servers.  They are all called SBS (nothing like being original)

I have the server performance report and alerts emailed to me.  This worked fined as each email name came through as the name of the domain but after I upgraded to SP1 the email name comes through as the computer name.  Which unfortunately are all the same

This is the friendly name that shows in outlook rather than the email adress (which is diferent)

Is there any way for me to see the email adress in outlok 2003 or change the friendly name on the server back to the domain name.
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Hi.  In Outlook 2003, you could use the rules wizard.
I setup folders for each location.  When an email arrives from that location, it automatically moves to the location folder.  In Outlook, if you right-click on the message --> properties, you can see the header--the originating address.  That domain info is in the header of the email.  If you create a rules wizard top move the mail to the appropriate inbox-subfolder based on sending domain, your problem will be solved.  It's also a quick way to organize those reports :-)

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jimcrintAuthor Commented:
i understand I can do it this way but that means I have a folder for each domain.  

My curect system is that I have a folder for reports and one for alerts, they group by day so I can easily review them as required.
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