Outlook 2010: Delegate’s email to recipients on Lotus Notes 8.5 does not show Delgator’s name

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Delegate
delegation
Email
Lotus Notes 8.5
Outlook 2010
We are in the middle of a Lotus Notes 8.5 to Outlook 2010 migration. One of our executive assistants sent out an email on behalf of her exec. In Outlook, this comes through just fine, and responses to the email go to the Exec. In Notes, however, it comes through as an email from the DELEGATE, and all replies go to her rather than the Exec. Is this expected behavior? Can it be changed?

Software/Hardware used:
Binary Tree CMTc for Coexistence, Windows 7, Lotus Notes 8.5, Outlook 2010, Exchange 2013, O365
ASKED: October 10, 2013  7:23 PM
UPDATED: October 18, 2013  12:19 PM

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