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Using Messenger Live, I was responding to an email. I used the "reply" button, completed and sent the e-mail. There was only one address on the email I was responding to and only one address visible on the email I sent.

However, my message was sent to a second email address. I first learned this when my intended recipient wanted to know who the other addressee was and why I had also sent the email to that individual.

Question, how or why did Messenger Live append a second email address (it was an address in my address book)? I could not see the second address when I sent the email but could see the second addressee in the file that was saved in the "Sent" folder.

This has happened at least three times in the last week. The appended addresses, in one instance three apparently random addresses were added to the "to" box, do not appear before I send and all of the addresses are from my address book.

Needless to say, I am getting some interesting responses to email that was sent to the wrong addressee.

Any ideas out there.


Edited by Merlinjr01, 09 October 2008 - 01:57 PM.

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