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Email Conundrum


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Lately, after I send an email, an email shows up in my in box. It's to the email address I just used and the sender is blank? Nothing in the email. Am I generating this somehow? Any advice on how to stop this? I tried making a rule, but the absence of the sender makes that impossible. I keep identifying it as junk, hoping the program will eventually send them to the junk file automatically.
Very weird.
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