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Group email

When sender sends email to  group, the sender should not receive email.  But I do, how can I avoid this unneccessary copy to the sender?
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cejohn
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Mob-bomCommented:
Hi cejohn

Is the sender sending to a Distribution List ie, group?  If so, is the sender's name in the the group?  If so, the sender will get the email also.
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cejohnAuthor Commented:
Hello Mob-bom
 
Yes the sender is in the Dist. List, but I was told that there was a way to send mail to the Dist List without receiving a copy of the email?
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Mob-bomCommented:
The only way to change who gets email from a DL is to actually change the DL.
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Mob-bomCommented:
In Outlook 2003, you can.
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Mob-bomCommented:
Here's hoping you have OL2003 so you can do it: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=831398
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cejohnAuthor Commented:
Thanks Mob-bom this doesnt really take care of the problem either, but  I appreciate your help!
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Mob-bomCommented:
Sorry we couldn't find a solution, but the removal of the sender from the DL is only a feature with Outlook 2003 without manually modifying the DL each time :(
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