Duplicate email?


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Bob Newman

Outlook 2007
I believe this question has been addressed before but I have 1 question
nonetheless. I am getting duplicate emails, only with certain ones. The
only emails that are coming through in duplicate are those addressed to
"(e-mail address removed)". This is a bicycling list serve that I belong to. All
other email is coming through normally. I also get email through my iPhone
and they are not in duplicate when received on the phone. If it makes any
difference I do have a rule created to move email addressed to
"(e-mail address removed)" to it's own folder. Both copies of the email are going
to the designated folder as they should. Rules are setup for many other
emails and they all work fine so I don't think this is a rule related
problem. Suggestions please.

Thanks in advance... Bob
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

Outlook 2007
I believe this question has been addressed before but I have 1 question
nonetheless. I am getting duplicate emails, only with certain ones. The
only emails that are coming through in duplicate are those addressed to
"(e-mail address removed)". This is a bicycling list serve that I belong to. All
other email is coming through normally. I also get email through my iPhone
and they are not in duplicate when received on the phone. If it makes any
difference I do have a rule created to move email addressed to
"(e-mail address removed)" to it's own folder. Both copies of the email are going
to the designated folder as they should. Rules are setup for many other
emails and they all work fine so I don't think this is a rule related
problem. Suggestions please.

I've seen this happen when a person has two mail addresses , both of which are
subscribed to the mailing list, and they access both of the the mailboxes for
those addresses with Outlook.
 
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Bob Newman

Brian Tillman said:
I've seen this happen when a person has two mail addresses , both of which
are subscribed to the mailing list, and they access both of the the
mailboxes for those addresses with Outlook.

This is not the case here. Actually it has been working fine for sometime
and just started doing this spontaneously.

Bob
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

This is not the case here. Actually it has been working fine for sometime
and just started doing this spontaneously.

Perhaps, then, it's the mailing list's fault, since it's only this sender for
which it happens.
 

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