Outlook Tip 374: Reply to All
Travis had this question:
I was wondering; is there a way to automatically strip your own email address when doing a "Reply All." Seems every time I get an email sent to me and someone else a Reply All always wants to send me a copy of the message I'm composing.
This should only happen with Outlook 2002 and previous versions, and only when you have more than one account in your profile.
Why? Outlook is easily confused and doesn't know who you are, so it leaves all addresses on the message. You can delete the address from the message or use Reply to All Monitor or send it to yourself and use a rule to delete messages from you, to you.
For more information and a link to Reply to All Monitor (and a discount code), see Reply to All Includes My Address.
Published September 6, 2006. Last updated on December 26, 2013.