Problem with sender’s name

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Lotus Notes
Lotus Notes 6.x
We have a vb.Net (Framework 2.0) application through which we create mails in lotus notes draft folder. The user's have Group Directory created. When the mail is created it is correctly saved in the draft folder of Group Directory. But when these mails are sent the actual user id goes as sender name which is wrong. When the same thing is done manually the sender's name is same as group directory name. What could be the possible reason and how could we resolve this problem? E.g. My notes id is saurabh and i have access to Group Directory Developers. Now I want the mail should be received as From Developer sent by: saurabh but the recipien recieves it as From saurabh Thanks & regards, Saurabh Damle

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VB.NET application (.NET Framework 2.0)
ASKED: March 18, 2010  4:53 PM
UPDATED: March 30, 2010  2:48 PM

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You have to set a special field call “Principal”
You can put in it whatever you want !

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  • Saurabhdamle
    Thanks for the reply. But when I try to set Principal field in vb.net, it gives runtime error like "there is no field named Principal" Code: objNotesDocument.Principal = "Value" Regards, Saurabh
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  • BruceWayne
    Sorry for my poor knowledge in vb.net but i will try to point you in this direction : maybe you should create the field first before assign a value to it . Try it and tell us...
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