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Subject: Re: reason for duplicate messages?
From: Dan Liston <dliston @ netscape . com>
Organization: iPlanet eCommerce Solutions, A Sun-Netscape Alliance
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 11:56:24 -0600
To: Makiko Itoh <maki @ prodok . com>
Cc: majordomo-users @ greatcircle . com
References: <01a001c09aea$be6097c0$5701010a@neualpine.com> <3A920355.A99371FF@netscape.com> <002601c09b07$fb2b5010$5701010a@neualpine.com> <3A92AA79.67133305@netscape.com> <p05010417b6b94c362d20@[192.168.0.15]>


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If another list is subscribed to your list, which the user is also 
subscribed to, they would get duplicates, but the headers should 
show the additional hops through the other server.  If headers are
also identical, they are subscribed twice.  Headers should be the
give-away as to what route each message is taking, and indicate
where to look for removing the second address.

Dan Liston

Makiko Itoh wrote:
> 
> Besides the user inadvertently subscribing themselves twice under two
> different email addresses (which i must say,in this particular case
> I'm trying to troubleshoot, is not unlikely...) what other reasons
> might there be for a subscriber to be receiving duplicates of all
> list messages? It only seems to be happening to one subscriber.
> --
> Makiko Itoh (Maki)
> PRODOK Engineering, Switzerland: http://www.prodok.com
> [building bridges for information]



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