Have you tried looking at the "Long Headers" (aka Full Headers, Extended Headers, etc.)? Looking at the Long Headers for both messages should provide insight into which address is 'extra'.

Web Maestro Clay

On Jul 24, 2004, at 10:38 AM, Peter B. West wrote:
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Is anyone else getting double cvs commit messages? I assume I am subscribed under more than one address, but my guess at what the redundant address might be has proved fruitless.

Peter B. West <http://cv.pbw.id.au/>

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