Reply to all includes sender - Outlook 2003 sp3

Since I installed SP3 on my system, I find that when I "reply to all", my own email address is added to the list.  Has anyone else seen this behavior and, if you have, were you able to stop it?
As a side note, I notice that when I use another PC in my office that has SP2, I don't see this behavior.
I'm running Outlook 2003 SP2 and SP3 (depending on which machine I'm on) on Windows XP SP2  with Exchange 2003 (enterprise edition).

Thanks in advance!
susie_wooAsked:
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darron_chapmanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Does this happen when someone emails you to a nondefault address?  For example, let's say you have webmaster and susie_woo set up as email addresses on your email account, and susie_woo is your default address.  When someone emails webmaster and you hit reply, does it put webmaster in the To field as well?  Or does this happen when someone emails susie_woo, as well?
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darron_chapmanCommented:
The only time I've seen this is when Outlook doesn't recognize the address in the recipient list as belonging to you.  This particular machine doesn't happen to have multiple email addresses set up, does it?
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susie_wooAuthor Commented:
I'm running Outlook as a client to an Exchange server.  I do have multiple addresses but they reside in Exchange and the client only knows who I am via AD.  Does that make sense?  Anyway, I think the answer to your question is no, there are not multiple e-mail addresses on this machine.  

Thanks!
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susie_wooAuthor Commented:
Sorry for letting this go stale.  Nothing incredibly scientific but I have my BlackBerry associated with a different BES now and my desktop client is SP2.  I no longer have this problem now.  I'll keep you posted on whether the behavior comes back when/if we move to Office Sp3.  Thank you, Darron for trying to help me!  I'm awarding you the points.  
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