Most messages today dulicated?

David Woyciesjes woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 5 23:38:48 UTC 2009


Bart Silverstrim wrote:
> 
> Tab Gilbert wrote:
>>>>       Is it just my mailserver, or are others getting most
>>>> (some?) messages from list duplicated today?
>>>>
>> No duplicates out here in gmail land either.
> 
> If you're using thunderbird, I've seen goofy things if you need to right 
> click the folder, go to properties, and hit "reindex"...
> 

	I'll try that. But the odd thing is, of all the messages I got since 
5:46, the only duplicates are from the Ubuntu list. When TBird gets my 
messages, the list mail are filtered off of the laptop to an appropriate 
folder on an IMAP server... Here's the headers from your message. I 
can't figure anything from these:

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X-Apparently-To: woyciesjes at sbcglobal.net via 216.252.101.32; Thu, 05 
Mar 2009 15:04:40 -0800
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Tab Gilbert wrote:
 >>>       Is it just my mailserver, or are others getting most
 >>> (some?) messages from list duplicated today?
 >>>
 >>
 > No duplicates out here in gmail land either.

If you're using thunderbird, I've seen goofy things if you need to right
click the folder, go to properties, and hit "reindex"...

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