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Replying to e-mail problems.

Posted on 2001-08-29
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When I attempt to Reply to All (or Reply To All With History) to an e-mail, my e-mail address appears in the TO: or CC: field. Any ideas why and is there a setting to stop this? I'm using Notes R5.05 client on a Win95 machine.

Mike
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by:Jean Marie Geeraerts
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This error was re-introduced in R5.0.2 and should be fixed in R5.0.3 and higher.
What version are you using ?
If it's lower then 5.0.3 consider upgrading to a higher release.
Incremental installers can be found at the following URL on Notes.net :
http://www.notes.net/qmrdown.nsf/qmrwelcome?OpenView
Just download the appropriate installer and run it.
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Sorry, didn't correctly read the question, you're using R5.0.5 so ignore my comment.
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This is a known problem and there is still no solution.
Lotus is looking for the right fix as you can see below.
Problem:

If a Notes 5.x message contains a Sent By field that is identical to the From field, a Reply to All results in the sender's name in the To field as well as the CC field.

Solution:

This issue has been reported to Lotus Quality Engineering and is under investigation. It was originally reported as being addressed in Notes 5.0.2b and 5.0.3. However, this is incorrect. A fix is still being researched.

Kind Regards,

Arjan Vermeulen
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Hello fancoms,

please release your question from abandoned state :-)

Ask for more support if you need some help.

Cheers,
zvonko
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