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Outlook Replies not coming through

Posted on 2012-03-22
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I have a user that appears to have some bad "reply address" data in Outlook.   Basically whenever she sends an email from outlook she does not receive the replies for that email.  The users replying  do not receive NDRs.   None of the replies can be found in exchange message tracking.  

When she sends from OWA or her iPad the replies work fine.  There must be something with her outlook client anyone know where I can make a configuration change?
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Go to her PC
Open a new email
Go to the Options of the email

Check to see if the option to have replies sent to XXXXXXX
Is selected and has an alternate email address in it

if it does remove it
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