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I have set a filter on my Gmail to ensure that all messages sent from the company website do not get marked as spam. The have the words [Rhythm Time] in the subject so are easy to identify.

However, now if I send an e-mail with those same words in the subject, it copies the email to my inbox as well as sending it to the person in the "to" box.

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You can add the NOT (minus) operator in your filter to remove when you are the sender:

from:(-iamthesender@gmail.com) subject:[Rhythm Time]
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