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Display of System Administrator Alias at delivery notification.

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I have a problem with delivery notification in Exchange 2007.

If i Send mail with delivery notificaton to mail address inside the organization I receive Noticication, where Alias of system administrator is diplayed like:
"MicrosoftExchange329e71ec88ae4615bbc36ab6ce41109e@domain.com"

It should be displayed "System Administrator"

Any suggestion why this behaviour appeared?
 
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That is a known problem with Exchange 2007 Rollup 7.
A fix is available from Microsoft, or you can wait for rollup 8.

Simon.
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Can you please give the link to mentioned fix, cause i cuoln't find it?

Thanks
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