Exchange 2010

Is there any way for our Outlook email system to always show the full email address if it is not @yourcompany.com?  {outside customers}
 
This happens often, and has the potential to include customers in "your company"private discussions
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
First - you should look at the title of your question "Exchange 2010" is not a good question title and will not get experts to look at the question, particularly as your question appears to have nothing to do with Exchange.

As far as I can tell Outlook does what you are asking for already. Perhaps you should post a screenshot of where you are missing this address.

Simon.
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KimputerCommented:
There's no way to display it as you would like (probably in the list, in the FROM column).

Either educate the users on how to use filters (so that private and business conversations are moved to their specified folders), or always have the Reading Pane open, and remind the users to look at that header every time (requires that the message has to be clicked on, obviously).

Also note, there are 3 ways an email is displayed in the Reading Pane.
- If the email is not revealed (only shows text, no @), it's automatically an internal email
- If it shows an email, the name and email were identical to start with
- Final method (will happen the most) in this format: Bla bla Name <real@mail.address.com>

Sadly, the to, cc and bcc fields will again show the shorter name, and requires your mouse hover over to reveal the email address.
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