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Outlook goup email

Posted on 2009-07-05
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Since the migration to outlook  from lotus ,messages sent to groups the include the sender's email address get delivered to the sender.   Is there a way to make the system recognise the sender in a group and not deliver their own message back to them?
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Question by:geosim
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I think the only way is to expand a group, then delete senders name from the list.
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This is default Exchange behavior, you may create an outlook rule for user to delete/move the mails received from own address.
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