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Outlook 2007 Display name change

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I have a user on 2007 outlook, connected to 2007 exchange, user name is chrisq@domain.com

emails need to have his name read Chris Lastname.

How can this be done,  or can it be done?
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You can change the display name in the general properties tab of the user in AD.
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