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use a space as the first character in display name

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Hi Experts,

is there a way to use a space as the first character in a user display name?

actually, i have a user with a mailbox that needs to show it in global address book with a space being the first character. i tried modify the simple display name but don't work, and it seems showing up the same information as show in the display name field.

please advice.

thanks.
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I dont think you can.  You could use an Underscore character but probably not what you want.
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