User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.0; rv:40.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/40.0 Build ID: 20150826023504 Steps to reproduce: Windows vista TB version 38.3.0 Email I receive was sent TO : mail account 1 email address, mail account 2 email address, mail account 3 email address and other recipients. It was received, downloaded and stored in pop mail account 2 mail account. mail account1 email address is my default mail account. mail account 3 email address does not have its own mail account because it is added as an 'identity' of mail account 2. Actual results: when I click on 'Reply-all': FROM inserts mail account 2 email address - this is correct. It does not insert the mail account 2 email address in a TO field - this is correct. TO fields include mail account 1 email address, mail account 3 email address and other recipients. Expected results: As mail account 3 email address is an identity of mail account 2 (FROM field) I would not expect it to be included in the 'Reply-all'. Mail account 1 email address is also included in a TO field. When I 'Reply-all', it excludes the FROM email address from a TO field - great - it would be preferered that any of my email address regardless of whether they are other mail accounts or identities to a mail account are also excluded from the TO fields. In other words auto exclude all of my mail accounts and identities from a TO field when I use 'Reply-all'. Is there a config editor setting I have missed or is this behaviour to include other identities and/or other mail accounts considered normal?
I am fairly certain this is a duplicate