Make sure that your form is not cached on local system/Server. Just try to clear the cache value and try again.
I'm having a similar problem. The last person to return my first form used his work email when he returned the form to me - his email is "email@example.com."
I made a second form, and after I sent it to the recipients many asked why it was trying to send the form to "firstname.lastname@example.org"
How do I get rid of that other guy's email?
Its pulling the email from Acrobat, not livecycle.
Open Acrobat, go Prefrences and Identity. Then change the email there. This is a really dumb bug in livecycle.
I'm really nervous about using the form I made - given problems like this. Has anyone had success actually distributing a form and getting results... using the email distribution??
Or is livecycle really not ready for prime time?
I need to send this 800 or so users and don't want to troubleshoot 800 stupid little things like this.
It does get nerve wracking. I finally found out about the Preferences>Identity a few days after submitting my post. I only found out about it by accident because I was so desperate I was clicking every option and link and tool that I could.
So many little things to go wrong...