If unset, Mutt will remove your address from the list of recipients
when replying to a message.
Based on this, it would appear that you have overridden the default
setting. If you remove any references to metoo in your .muttrc you
should be okay.
On Thu, Nov 15, 2001 at 08:40:39PM +0000, Robert Elliott wrote:
> Hi, all.
> Wouldn't it be great if the reply-to for this list were...
> no, hang on. That's not what I meant.
>> My mutt (1.2.5i) has problems identifying to whom replies should go; hitting
> 'r' (or 'g') results in my own address appearing in the To: field. It's very
> annoying. Especially when I don't check, and only find out when the damn mail
> appears in my inbox.
>> So: is there a line I can stick into .muttrc that'll set the To: field to be
> the From: field in the message to which I'm replying? googling has revealed
> more sample .muttrcs than I could normally hope to want, but they're
> revealing precious little on this topic.
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