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Envelop prints wrong return address

When I type a return address in the appropriate window, the envelop prints an entirely different address. It's not related to the default address since there's nothing entered in the default address. This address is somehow embedded in the system someplace and I can't find it.

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Have you checked your inser/auto text to see if the unfamilar return address is coming from there? Or tried saving the return address you want to be inserted as an auto text?

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