My fault, I didn't mention that I already checked if there were any aliases
or mailing lists involved. It was the only idea I had. :) There are none
created on the domain at all.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ken Jones [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 12:04 PM
> To: Krista Smith; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
> Subject: Re: [vchkpw] duplicate email being received
> Check for an alias list that contains multiple paths to Maildirs
> where one (or more) of the Maildirs(accounts) do not exist.
> qmail-local see's the missing Maildir as a temporary error, stops
> delivery to the list and schedules it for delivery again. And it
> will run into the same time on each subsequent delivery. THis
> has the result of deliverying "multiple copies" to the first users
> in the alias list.
> Instead, use forwards inside a list instead of paths to the Maildir
> Ken Jones
> On Friday 06 September 2002 01:05 pm, Krista Smith wrote:
> > I seem to be having difficulties accessing the archives so
> I apologize if
> > this has been a recent thread.
> > -vpopmail 5.3.6-
> > I've had virtual domains on a new server for several
> months. In the last
> > few weeks, a few of them have mentioned that they get
> duplicate emails.
> > Sometimes 4 or 5 of the same message. When I get on the
> phone with them and
> > physically watch to see if these emails disappear from the
> "new" and "cur"
> > directories, they appear to do so. Later on, the person
> still gets multiple
> > copies. Looking at the headers, they all have the identical
> timestamp, so
> > it's not that the same message is being sent from the
> sender. For one of my
> > domains, there's only one user who gets them. Everyone else
> gets one copy
> > only.
> > It's only some domains, and only some users. I can't even
> come up with a
> > theory at this point. It seems to be the same email yet
> they're obviously
> > popping it successfully the first time. Where is this coming from?
> > Thanks!
> > Krista