how to exclude yourself from mass reply in MS Outlook

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I am a Member of the big distribution list in MS Outlook (200 people). Let say the distribution list calls "GroupBox". Normally,  there is just information about what is going on in the group. occasionally, someone gets promoted or awarded and all 200 people start replying to ALl with something like "Good job" or "Congrats!!!" , What to do to exclude yourself from the mass replying??? I got the initial email and it is should be good enough...
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)
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Commented:
You would have to disjoin from the email group (I did that at one client), or you have to live with the mass replies.

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thank you, but, no, there is a way to do that, I used before, but unfortunately forgot...
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)
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Then you must live with it
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Craig KehlerDirector of Customer Relations

Commented:
Is there still an ignore conversation option in outlook? (I'm a gmail user and they call it "Mute") You could either habitually do that after you've read the promoted/awarded email or you could create a rule that filters out anything to that distribution list with "Re:" in the subject field.

I'd favor the ignore option, because filter out all replies could cause you to miss something of importance.
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there is no solution
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)
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that is what we said above so you should have selected the experts post not your own

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