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Exchange/Office 365 E-mail from Sender on Distribution Group E-mail Also Sent to Original Sender

Posted on 2016-07-27
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Default behavior is that when a sender sends a message to a distribution group that the original sender is on, the original sender also receives the message as she is on that distribution group.

Is there a way to disable this or have Exchange/Office 365 smartly recognize that the original sender is part of the distribution group and to not deliver e-mail to that original sender?
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