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I receive an email sent also to other people in Cc. If I reply to it with gnus-summary-followup, Gnus includes me in the Cc list. How can I avoid that?

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The behaviour you want is the default if you've told emacs your email address using user-mail-address. Another option is to set message-dont-replyto-names

message-dont-reply-to-names is a variable defined in `message.el'.
Its value is nil

  You can customize this variable.
  This variable was introduced, or its default value was changed, in
  version 24.3 of Emacs.

Documentation:
Addresses to prune when doing wide replies.
This can be a regexp, a list of regexps or a predicate function.
Also, a value of nil means exclude `user-mail-address' only.

If a function email is passed as the argument.

See Wide-Reply for more details (or (info "(message)Wide Reply"))

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  • message-dont-replyto-names was the rescue. I did set user-mail-address to my private address, and set my business address in gnus-posting-styles. Docs say this “overrides user-mail-address”. Well, apparently not really. – Torsten Bronger Oct 1 '20 at 11:37
  • It does override user-mail-address, but it's possible/probable that it does so too late for gnus-summary-followup to be affected. – rpluim Oct 1 '20 at 13:58

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