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Sending group email

Posted on 2011-03-22
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When a user is sending to a distribution group in which they are part of. How do I stop the email from sending it back to the sender. For example, UserX is part of the A-team distribution group. He sends an email out to A-team but he also receives this email since he is part of the group. UserX does not need this email since he is the sender. Please advice. Thank you
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by:Nivlesh
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Interesting question. I am also after the solution for this
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Suliman Abu Kharroub earned 500 total points
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I as know, you can't.

the only way is to remove the user from group members.

the use can add an outlook rule to redirect these emails to folder. or delete them.
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I'm actually looking into perhaps setting a transport rule and set silently drop the message. If anyone has more idea in the related topic please post.
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I believe you can use a transport rule
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