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Email sender name instead of email address

Posted on 2015-02-06
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Hello,

I have a web-application that sends email. When my client receive the email it shows the email address: supplier@mycompany.com instead I would like to show a name like  "Support"

Here is my web.config configuration:
 <mailSettings>
            <smtp deliveryMethod="Network" from="support@mycompany.com">
                <network host="Localhost" port="25" />
            </smtp>
        </mailSettings>
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Try <smtp deliveryMethod="Network" from="Support &lt;support@mycompany.com&gt;">
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by:Fernando Soto
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Do you have a support email defined on the system mycompany.com. If you do what is the exception message you are getting?
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perfect
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