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Sender's name in forum's emails


 
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Sylver Cheetah 53
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2010 2:09 pm 
Post subject: Sender's name in forum's emails

Hi!

The emails sent by the forum, for registration, new PM, new reply, mass email and all only show the email adress of the sender, but not the name.
I have tryed to put in general configuration something like "Example" <no-reply@example.com> and it works, but when I go back to configuration I see a blank line in stead of the administrator's email. It seems that this "<" and this ">" are the cause, just like when you use them in smilies codes and parts of the messages dissapear. icon_rolleyes.gif
What is even stranger is that you can use all the codes you want in site description field and that does not dissapear. icon_confused.gif
So what can I do?

Thanks!

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