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Sender in group message not receiving message when using canonical name.

Posted on 2007-11-26
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I've changed the user names to list the canonical names (first name last name/company) first, rather than having first name, last name in the person document.  The problem I'm running into now, is if I'm the sender of a message to a group and I'm a member of the group, the message doesn't show up in my Inbox.  Is there a setting to change this?
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That stinks.  Basically, if I want it to show up in my Inbox, I have to cc or bcc myself.  I don't understand the reasoning behind why it won't show up in the Inbox.
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For the same reason that Notes tries to remove duplicate addressees when you have multiple groups containing the same address. You are considered your own addressee, so sending a copy to you would be a duplicate.
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