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My company has set up each mail account with serveral aliases. My default account is I also have:


The problem is: My account uses the default to sign in and recieve e-mail, But, people will send mail to one of my aliases and when I click "reply to all", it sends the e-mail back to me.

How do I configure Outlook (2010) to ignore the reply to all so it doesn't send my own replies to my own account?

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You can't configure that.

But you could add a rule to delete messages you receive from yourself (or move them to another folder).

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+1 for the rule suggestion – Ivo Flipse Jun 22 '10 at 12:00

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