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Is it possible to have a different display name shown in the TO field of an email in a Task or Triggered action. For instance, when you set the TO field to info@acme.com the recipient will see "info" as the name of sender of the email. I would instead like the name to be show as Acme Info. In Outlook, this is done by prefacing the email with the user name like: <Acme Info> info@acme.com. But, in looking around, and testing some different syntax, I can't find anything similar for the TO field in Caspio. Any ideas are welcome.

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On 3/11/2021 at 8:12 PM, JayDub said:

Is it possible to have a different display name shown in the TO field of an email in a Task or Triggered action. For instance, when you set the TO field to info@acme.com the recipient will see "info" as the name of sender of the email. I would instead like the name to be show as Acme Info. In Outlook, this is done by prefacing the email with the user name like: <Acme Info> info@acme.com. But, in looking around, and testing some different syntax, I can't find anything similar for the TO field in Caspio. Any ideas are welcome.

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It's a standard when it comes to automatic emails. For regular emails that is sent by the prime email, this usually happens. But with automatic ones, the regular sample@test.com as the To is the one by default. :) 

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