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Gmail replys going to my juno account

When I send an email via gmail sometimes the response goes to my juno account

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Somewhere in your gmail settings, there is a "Reply to" setting. Change that from the Juno address to the gmail address.

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Some possible scenarios, assuming you are testing from another email account:
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Simple quick test is to send a test email to yourself from the same gmail account itself.

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