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How to avoid the duplicate copies in "Sent" folder whenever I send a message?

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Whenever I send a message, I use to check the sent folder. The issue is that, since I started to use Thunderbird, I notice that, most of the times (99% of the times), I can find two exact copies of the sent message. I checked also in the web-mail, and the copies are also there, so, isn't a local problem. Funny thing, whenever I try to reproduce the problem, using my local accounts, the behavior never shows. I'm concerned about the fact that the recipients could receive duplicate messages as well, which should be very awkward. Please, check out the attached image. I'm using the version 60.6, 32bits.

Many thanks for the support and for a splendid, elegant and useful product like Thunderbird.

Artur

Whenever I send a message, I use to check the sent folder. The issue is that, since I started to use Thunderbird, I notice that, most of the times (99% of the times), I can find two exact copies of the sent message. I checked also in the web-mail, and the copies are also there, so, isn't a local problem. Funny thing, whenever I try to reproduce the problem, using my local accounts, the behavior never shows. I'm concerned about the fact that the recipients could receive duplicate messages as well, which should be very awkward. Please, check out the attached image. I'm using the version 60.6, 32bits. Many thanks for the support and for a splendid, elegant and useful product like Thunderbird. Artur

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At the top right of the Thunderbird window, click the menu button > Options > Account Settings - Copies & Folders

Uncheck the box 'When sending messages, automatically place a copy in'.

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At the top right of the Thunderbird window, click the menu button > Options > Account Settings - Copies & Folders

Uncheck the box 'When sending messages, automatically place a copy in'.

At the top right of the Thunderbird window, click the menu button <img src="https://prod-cdn.sumo.mozilla.net/uploads/gallery/images/2014-01-10-13-08-08-f52b8c.png"> > Options > Account Settings - Copies & Folders Uncheck the box 'When sending messages, automatically place a copy in'.
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That seems to solve the issue. :)

Many thanks for your help. Kind regards.

That seems to solve the issue. :) Many thanks for your help. Kind regards.
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