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extra capital letters in user last namne

Posted on 2013-05-20
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Hello,

Is it possible to have a email user's last name display with extra capital letters like McGovern when using the Outlook address book?  It looks to me like the address is taken from the email address now the actual user name.  This is for an internal user

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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 250 total points
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It uses the information in the domain. Nothing to do with the email address.
Check that you have changed the Display Name in ADUC.

Simon.
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Yes, its possible, just use the "Display name:" option in the General Tab of the persons properties
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