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mreese88

 
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Each of my email addresses have their own account within mail already.

If there are a number of people getting an email and one of us does a “reply all", everyone will get it except those on my computer.

For instance: A, B, C, D, E, F are email addresses. A, B & C are on my computer in Mail and each has his own account in mail. D, E, F are outside addresses.

If A, B, C, D, E, or F sends an email to the group, everyone gets it. If C does a “reply all" everyone except A & B gets the reply. Then any emails sent with “reply all" are not received by B & C because they are no longer on the list of recipients and they have no idea that there has been a reply.
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