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Message Tracking Center in Exchange portion of SBS 2003 problem.

I have discovered that everytime I receive an email from a user of my local domain, unless I reply to it, message traking center shows that I sent it to everyone in the global address book.  Instead of my name formated as First Last, it is showing my entire email address.  None of the recipients receive these emails eventhough message tracking center says it delivered them.  I am the only user out of 45 that this happens to.   I am also the network administrator.  The server and every computer has been scanned for viruses and none were found.    Any help to clear this up is greatly appreciated.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy

8/22/2022 - Mon
Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy

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Thanks for your comments.  Actually it was your last thought that did the trick.  I checked and I was listed as the contact/owner of each of the distribution lists as well as the public folders.  Last night I removed myself from all of them.  This morning I had several messages to test this out on.  I deleted each of them without replying and low and behold they did not show up on message tracking as being sent out from me at all.  Thanks again.
Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy

Yeah!  It's always the last place you look!  (well, if you looked beyond the place you found something, then we'd be in trouble).


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