Outlook 2003 "recall this message" recalls multiple emails created from original.

User was recalling a single message, just to find that all the emails she had duplicated from an original email were recalled. She only wanted to recall the single delivery, not all of them. She created the messages by saving to drafts, then opening and sending a new email, but saving again to drafts before sending for next use. I have suggested that she FORWARD the draft to keep it intact, and this seems to avoid the problem. But, is there something WRONG that is causing the recall to pull back all the emails she sent by SAVING each time before sending?
NCasselAsked:
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e_aravindCommented:
Normally when a Outlook user tries to recall the message, we will get the option of
a) Delete unread copies of this message
b) Delete unread copies and replace with a new message.

So when a user is activating\using the option of "recall this message" yes, this is supposed to pull all the copies created\generated\deliveried to the recipients

>>there are high chances that some of the users will not aware\come to know that such a mail was sent to them.

How to use the recall message feature in Outlook
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;197094

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Glen KnightCommented:
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