Sender email address name - add name

Hi All,
I am in CRM 5.0 CIC0 email editor and would like to change the sender email address - for display in recipient's mailbox not as recived from myCRM(at) but rather to display as received from 'My CRM Company myCRM(at)'.
I found BAdi IF_EX_CRM_MAIL_HANDLING~PREPARE_VISIBLE_NAME_FOR_ADDR, but have now idea how to prepare the address value. When I enter there 'My CRM Company myCRM(at)' it throws me "Unknown error".
Can you help?

in the badi we need to write name and later email address in <> signs. then it will work

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