We use outlook 2010 and there is a distribution list in the global address book and I am part of it. Whenever I send something to it I always get a copy of this e-mail into my inbox. Is there a way to stop this? I have a copy of the message I sent in the 'sent' folder, I don't need to be getting the messages I've sent to this DL. Is this doable?
As indicated by other comments, the solution is to create a rule that will delete the messages for you. Below are the steps to do this using Outlook 2010 or 2013. Note: this applies to people using Outlook to connect to an Exchange server account. Other types of distribution lists may behave differently.
Using Outlook 2010/2013:
I was looking up the same question and the only solution I could think of at the end is setting up Outlook rule to delete email messages immediately that are sent from the same account. So far the only option to keep inbox clean.
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