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Jan
29
comment What piece of data or header controls the “Sender” name in Outlook's message list?
@zelanix, you say I'm asking a different question now. Can you suggest how I edit the question to make it clear I'm asking about the PST file metadata specifically? I thought it was pretty clear already but if not then I can certainly change it.
Jan
28
comment What piece of data or header controls the “Sender” name in Outlook's message list?
This is not from Exchange, but rather from a PST file generated by the Aspose Email API product. I have also asked the question on their forums, but I suspect this question should have an answer independent of how the PST file was created.
Jan
28
revised What piece of data or header controls the “Sender” name in Outlook's message list?
added clarification
Jan
28
comment What piece of data or header controls the “Sender” name in Outlook's message list?
When I open the full message headers in Outlook, the From header is there and it is populated. So are Return-Path and Sender for that matter. But Outlook does not display it on the left part of the quick reading pane.
Jan
28
asked What piece of data or header controls the “Sender” name in Outlook's message list?
Dec
18
awarded  Editor
Dec
18
revised Can “safe sleep” actually be disabled on a Mac Mini running Mountain Lion?
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Oct
28
comment Can “safe sleep” actually be disabled on a Mac Mini running Mountain Lion?
Thanks for the answer and relevant snippet from manpage. Unfortunately, upgrading to 10.9 did not fix the problem.
Oct
28
comment Can “safe sleep” actually be disabled on a Mac Mini running Mountain Lion?
I upgraded to Mavericks (10.9), and then later reset the PRAM, testing after each step. Neither one fixed the problem. I guess I'll just try bumping up autopoweroffdelay to some absurdly huge number to delay it as long as possible.
Oct
18
comment Can “safe sleep” actually be disabled on a Mac Mini running Mountain Lion?
Haven't tried resetting PRAM, I'll give that a shot. Firmware is latest as of now (MM61.0106.B03).
Oct
18
awarded  Student
Oct
18
asked Can “safe sleep” actually be disabled on a Mac Mini running Mountain Lion?