NameFromContact has been created to change the Display Name of incoming email as you defined.
Let's suppose you have an email correspondent John Doe whose email address is 'John F. Doe' <email@example.com>.
In Outlook you have added firstname.lastname@example.org to Contacts with display name Mr.Doe.
When you send him a message, in your Sent items it displays as Mr.Doe.
When you receive a message from him, in your Inbox displays as 'John F. Doe' <email@example.com>.
You'd like to see Mr.Doe <firstname.lastname@example.org> in your Inbox items whenever you receive a message from him.
How does it work?
When you receive a message NameFromContact tool detects the sender address and searches for it in Contacts. If this address is in Contacts, a tool retrieve the Display Name from the contact item and mark the message with category.
You see the name you have assigned to the sender.
|Current version: 188.8.131.52|
The utility is an Outlook COM add-in.
NameFromContact has been tested with Outlook 2010/2013/2016 32-bit.
Click Start, select Control Panel, select Programs and features, select NameFromContact in the list. Right-click and select Uninstall. Follow the instructions.
This application is free of charge if you are using it for your individual non-commercial purposes.|
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Price for commercial users
|License type||Price per unit|
|Site license||USD 1500.00||ORDER||Share-It Customer Support center|
|Enterprise license (including the source code)||USD 7000.00||ORDER|
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