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How to exclude sender in the reply to all?

Discussion in 'Using Outlook' started by Lisa, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. Lisa

    Lisa

    Guest
    Hi,

    I have Outlook 2003. Is it possible that excludes sender when use Reply to

    All? For example, by default, when I click reply to all, the sender's email

    address is in the To line, what I want is to exclude the sender in the To

    list. Can it be done?

    Thanks for any help!

    Lisa

     
  2. Rahul Relan

    Rahul Relan

    Guest
    Hello Lisa.

    You can do this by removing the name manually from the to list and let every

    other thing to be same in that case you will be able to send the email to all

    the people in the cc or Bcc line.

    I hope this resolves your query, if you have any other issue please let me

    know.

    Thanks

    "Lisa" wrote:


    > Hi,

    > I have Outlook 2003. Is it possible that excludes sender when use Reply to
    > All? For example, by default, when I click reply to all, the sender's email
    > address is in the To line, what I want is to exclude the sender in the To
    > list. Can it be done?

    > Thanks for any help!

    > Lisa
    >


     
  3. Lisa

    Lisa

    Guest
    Hi Rahul, thank you for your reply. In Thurderbird, the sender is in the cc

    list, but in Outlook, sender is in the To list. Is there anyway to have the

    sender in the cc list automatically when hit reply to All? Do I have to

    manually move?

    Thanks again,

    Lisa

    "Rahul Relan" wrote:


    > Hello Lisa.
    > You can do this by removing the name manually from the to list and let every
    > other thing to be same in that case you will be able to send the email to all
    > the people in the cc or Bcc line.
    > I hope this resolves your query, if you have any other issue please let me
    > know.
    > Thanks

    > "Lisa" wrote:
    >
    > > Hi,
    > > I have Outlook 2003. Is it possible that excludes sender when use Reply to
    > > All? For example, by default, when I click reply to all, the sender's email
    > > address is in the To line, what I want is to exclude the sender in the To
    > > list. Can it be done?
    > > Thanks for any help!
    > > Lisa
    > >


     
  4. Diane Poremsky

    Diane Poremsky

    Senior Member
    You need to manually move addresses to the CC line.

    "Lisa" <Lisa@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:F6CEAA5A-9158-4247-8A72-C1570BDF552B@microsoft.com...
    > Hi Rahul, thank you for your reply. In Thurderbird, the sender is in the
    > cc
    > list, but in Outlook, sender is in the To list. Is there anyway to have
    > the
    > sender in the cc list automatically when hit reply to All? Do I have to
    > manually move?

    > Thanks again,
    > Lisa

    > "Rahul Relan" wrote:
    >
    > > Hello Lisa.
    > > You can do this by removing the name manually from the to list and let
    > > every
    > > other thing to be same in that case you will be able to send the email to
    > > all
    > > the people in the cc or Bcc line.
    > > I hope this resolves your query, if you have any other issue please let
    > > me
    > > know.
    > > Thanks
    >

    >> "Lisa" wrote:
    > >
    > > > Hi,
    > >> > I have Outlook 2003. Is it possible that excludes sender when use Reply
    > > > to
    > > > All? For example, by default, when I click reply to all, the sender's
    > > > email
    > > > address is in the To line, what I want is to exclude the sender in the
    > > > To
    > > > list. Can it be done?
    > >> > Thanks for any help!
    > >> > Lisa
    > > >


     
  5. Brian Tillman

    Brian Tillman

    Senior Member
    "Lisa" <Lisa@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message

    news:E9BF8D61-3676-4EF0-9566-92E52F2F53A7@microsoft.com...


    > I have Outlook 2003. Is it possible that excludes sender when use Reply to
    > All? For example, by default, when I click reply to all, the sender's email
    > address is in the To line, what I want is to exclude the sender in the To
    > list. Can it be done?


    If the address that received the message matches your own address, Outlook

    will not include it when you reply to all.

    --

     
  6. Bob I

    Bob I

    Guest
    Brian Tillman wrote:


    > "Lisa" <Lisa@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:E9BF8D61-3676-4EF0-9566-92E52F2F53A7@microsoft.com...
    >
    > > I have Outlook 2003. Is it possible that excludes sender when use
    > > Reply to
    > > All? For example, by default, when I click reply to all, the sender's
    > > email
    > > address is in the To line, what I want is to exclude the sender in the To
    > > list. Can it be done?


    > If the address that received the message matches your own address,
    > Outlook will not include it when you reply to all.


    Not sure why the OP wants to EXCLUDE the Sender from a Reply to All,

    then it isn't Reply to All!!!

     
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