"Reply to all" puts copies in deleted box

We have one group of board members that every time we hit "reply to all" it 
puts 7 copies in my deleted box. I can't figure out why. Vista with Outlook 
2003. It only does it for this one group, and only 7 copies when there are 11 
people on the group email. 
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Did you check your rules for ones that delete mail and don't include the 
'stop processing' action?

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"Penny" <Penny@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
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> We have one group of board members that every time we hit "reply to all" 
> it
> puts 7 copies in my deleted box. I can't figure out why. Vista with 
> Outlook
> 2003. It only does it for this one group, and only 7 copies when there are 
> 11
> people on the group email. 

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Diane
2/9/2010 5:44:42 PM
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