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Can I always exclude specific recipient from Reply All?

Or these which are about Outlook 2010 and are actually different issues:

reply-to-all includes my name in the TO line
Stop sending mail to myself when choosing Reply All in Outlook

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When I reply to all in Outlook 2007, it adds my name to the recipient list, so I end up getting the email. It has always done this with every installation I've ever had on every computer I've ever installed it on. Outlook 2010, on the other hand, has never done this. I am thinking that maybe they "fixed" this in Outlook 2010, but part of me also hopes that there's some way to keep this from happening in Outlook 2007. Essentially, I don't want the email address of the account I am using to reply to all to show in the recipient list.

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I believe there is no way to automate this. You will have to remove your name each time.

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This is so true if we're not talking about third-party solutions. –  thims Nov 12 '13 at 11:06
    
What are your 3rd party solutions? –  Xavierjazz Nov 12 '13 at 15:18
    
Not going to advertise my competitors here. –  thims Nov 12 '13 at 16:18

"...sometimes Outlook sends an email to yourself when you hit the 'Reply All' button. This VBA example checks the list of recipients before sending, and it removes certain addresses from it.

http://www.vboffice.net/sample.html?mnu=2&smp=81&cmd=showitem&lang=en

Private Sub RemoveRecipients(Item As Outlook.MailItem)
Dim RemoveThis As VBA.Collection
Dim Recipients As Outlook.Recipients
Dim R As Outlook.Recipient
Dim i&, y&
Set RemoveThis = New VBA.Collection

' here add addresses
RemoveThis.Add "abc@domain.de"
RemoveThis.Add "test@domain.com"

Set Recipients = Item.Recipients
For i = Recipients.Count To 1 Step -1
    Set R = Recipients.Item(i)

    For y = 1 To RemoveThis.Count
        If LCase$(R.Address) = LCase$(RemoveThis(y)) Then
            Recipients.Remove i
            Exit For
        End If
    Next
Next
End Sub

Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean)
On Error Resume Next
RemoveRecipients Item
End Sub

If you are unfamiliar with VBA see here http://www.slipstick.com/developer/how-to-use-outlooks-vba-editor/

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