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Outlook 2003 sends email to me.

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I have a user using Outlook 2003 on an XP laptop. when ever she sends an email to someone outside of our domain the email is also sent to her email address.

Any Idea on how to stop this?
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Question by:jimmylew52
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by:war1
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Hello jimmylew52,

Check if user has copied herself in CC or BCC field.

Are you using Gmail?  Gmail does this automatically, send a copy of sent message to self.

Hope this helps!
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by:jimmylew52
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Interwrks is the email provider. User is not copied in cc or bcc.
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Problem resolved just like it started. Just went away. Closing this question because the problem no longer exists.
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