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How to fix two autoreplies being sent to one email? How to change Subject Line to not have "Auto:" in Autoreply?

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My message filter sent two autoreplies to only one email. I needs to only send one autoreply to each email. Please guide me in this

My message filter sent two autoreplies to only one email. I needs to only send one autoreply to each email. Please guide me in this
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AgnesRM
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Hi Please could you upload a screen shot of the filter you created? There might be an error we can see. Just a thought - you can set an auto-reply in your webmail, and one in Thunderbird. The webmail sends the auto-reply when the incoming email reaches the online server, then Thunderbird sends another one when it downloads the message and runs your filter. Not actually the same auto-reply, but they may look alike. Hope that helps, Agnes

Hi Please could you upload a screen shot of the filter you created? There might be an error we can see. Just a thought - you can set an auto-reply in your webmail, and one in Thunderbird. The webmail sends the auto-reply when the incoming email reaches the online server, then Thunderbird sends another one when it downloads the message and runs your filter. Not actually the same auto-reply, but they may look alike. Hope that helps, Agnes
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