Reply to all sends an email to my inbox!

Posted on 2009-02-19
Last Modified: 2013-11-05

I have been migrated to MS Outlook 2006 at work this week. What i've noticed is if say John sends an email to GroupEmailAddress1, of which I'm a member and I select reply to all the return mail is delivered to John and all members of GroupEmailAddress1, including me! So I recieve an email from myself in my inbox! Obviously Outlook should only send the reply to John and all members of GroupEmailAddress1 (less me), as I have the email in my sent items.

I'm sure this has to do with my config. Does anyone know where I can alter this as it a little bit annoying!

Question by:bowemc
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    Expert Comment

    This is the default behaviour expected from your messaging server.
    What messaging server do you have?

    Author Comment

    Humm! Not sure. I work for a pretty big firm, so there is no way i'm going to get that reconfigured! I was hoping it was a client-side setting!
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    Accepted Solution

    Well the best answer would be NO :-) !!

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