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Does is happen sometimes that you send an email to a recipient you don't want to send to? For instance, sometimes Outlook sends an email to yourself when you hit the 'Reply All' button.
This VBA example checks the list of recipients before sending, and it removes certain addresses from it.
Just copy the line of code starting with 'RemoveThis.Add...' as many times as you need it, and enter the addresses you never want to send an email to.
Private Sub RemoveRecipients(Item As Outlook.MailItem) Dim RemoveThis As VBA.Collection Dim Recipients As Outlook.Recipients Dim R As Outlook.Recipient Dim i&, y& Set RemoveThis = New VBA.Collection ' add addresses here RemoveThis.Add "firstname.lastname@example.org" RemoveThis.Add "email@example.com" Set Recipients = Item.Recipients For i = Recipients.Count To 1 Step -1 Set R = Recipients.Item(i) For y = 1 To RemoveThis.Count If LCase$(R.Address) = LCase$(RemoveThis(y)) Then Recipients.Remove i Exit For End If Next Next End Sub Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean) On Error Resume Next RemoveRecipients Item End Sub
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