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To and reply name change in Outlook 2007

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I have couple of users, one in my domain and one in the domain of a different company.  Periodically when they send a message or reply to a message their name is reflected differently in the message to or from box.  The name is change to 'I-company name: employee name'.  Any ideas as to why this would be happening or where I could begin to look?  We are using Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook 2007.
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it might appear like that cause the name is in the address book or recognized the computer, but wont send out  looking like that.  It should send out according to the way the account is set up on the exchange server account.
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Would the name change to the way an outside respondent may have the name set up in their exchange server?  If I send it message and it displays the name as it appear in my exchange server and someone replies or forwards the message, could it change?
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