We have a generic account which several people are using. My aim is to write a template in which I automatically add a generic name from the address book (e-mail-address) and an individual name of the local account.
So I want something like %generic name %individual name
If I have in my local account the name set to my individual name then I could use
%ABFROMFNAME %ABFROMLNAME %FromName
But then my individual name will be set as alias for the sender. This is not what I want. The sender should be the generic name. If I add still %FROM="generic name" then it works well on the first view. But only for quick templates. If I want to use it for a template for 'New messages' then I have the problem that the individual name will be overwritten by generic name as soon as I leave the header area.
Next try was to set a local variable and use it in a global template: %_INDIVIDUALNAME="individual name"%- %INCLUDE="xxx.txt"
This works fine for normal addresses. But since we have also templates set in the global addressbook I cannot set an individual name since it would be valid for everyone.
How do I solve my problem?
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