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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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A reply to an email will be placed wherever it was placed when the replying party typed it in. If you want the cursor to be placed at the top of the quoted original message rather than the bottom, then go to Tools / Account Settings / Composition and Addressing / Automatically quote the original message / start my reply from the top of the email


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Emails can have a reply-to setting, which is where well-behaved email systems will direct replies, including automatic ones. How and whether you can access this setting in your email program is a different question, but if you can figure that part out, then you can simply set that to a bogus address such as "noreply@yourdomain.com". In general, this is more ...


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I just experienced this issue a few days ago. I tried adding an attachment to a reply message, but nothing appeared to happen after I selected the file. When I looked at the original message later, I noticed the file I tried to attach in the reply showed up twice in the attachments list. At the same time, I was having an issue where I could not move ...


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If you also have to use Outlook, for me it worked with a small VBA macro: In Outlook open your Visual Basic Editor (+ or Extras → Macro → Visual Basic Editor) I did this in german, so the names may vary a bit: In Project1 (VbaProject.OTM) open Microsoft Office Outlook Objects → ThisOutlookSession Enter the following Code: Private Sub ...


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I wrote a Thunderbird extension for this purpose: Disable "reply list"


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Please check the location document of your address book. (the bottom right have shortcut) If the basic --> internet email address is not your email address. It will probably cause the problem because the program use the location document to recognize "you". If the internet email address is not correct, the program will assure you as one of recipient in ...


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The original functionality was developed in this enhancement ticket in which there was extensive discussion about how exactly this should work; there is a request in a later follow-up issue to do exactly what you say and make Reply All the default button when there are multiple recipients. There's an extension which is supposed to re-map the keys but not in ...


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Using the Template From the Outlook Inbox menu, select Tools | Forms. Select Choose Form. From the Look In drop down box, select User Templates in File System. Select the template, and click Open. Add or revise text in the e-mail as needed. Send the e-mail. Assigning the Template to a Toolbar Button If you wish, you can assign the template to a ...


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This is probably because you have the default setting, which starts your reply at the bottom. In Tools -> Account Settings -> Composition and Addressing you can change the placement of your reply in the dropdown box: You'll probably want to change it to start my reply above the quote. After you've made the change, the dropdown box below it will appear, ...


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It is not quite clear which toolbar you are referring to, the "mini toolbar" in the message header or the global toolbar. The global Thunderbird toolbar can be customized to show a "Reply All" button which should do what you want: Right click on the toolbar Select Customize... Drag the Reply All button to the toolbar Another possibility is to choose ...


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I suggest you have a look at this How-To-Geek article: Create an email template in outlook 2003 If you have an email you send out every day that contains the same information, or a form that requires users to dictate answers to the same questions – you can create a template in Outlook to help save you time. The template mode will not be available if you ...


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The CompactHeader extension for Thunderbird allows customizing the buttons in the message pane to have a permanent Reply-All button either instead of or as well as the Reply-List/All/etc. popup.


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First off I would check there are no add-ons enabled. Check the Outlook Security Centre and disable any non-Microsoft add-ons. You may find that this resolves all your problems but if not we'll deal with them one by one. Being prompted for profile - Go into Control Panel... Mail... Show Profiles - Remove any you don't need Names not appearing in the To ...


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The reply header format is driven by reply_header_* preferences. Actually the mailnews.reply_header_type preference is supposed to accept an additional value 4 to make the format 'user specified' - at least that's what they say in the sources: // 0=no header, 1="<author> wrote:", 2="On <date> <author> wrote:" // 3="<author> wrote ...


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This can not be done. Automatic replies are being sent by the recipient of your original email. Your email client can not differentiate between a user sent email or a computer generated one.



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