[ROVERNET - UK] messages in triplicate
p6rovers at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 22 21:56:18 GMT 2006
1. Hands up all those receiving triplicate messages.
(I could then offer overwhelming advice to the hosts -
who aren't good at answering emails.)
2. Ken: unsubscribe, wait an hour and subscribe
Anybody who has had this experience and found a
solution, please offer some ideas.
Note: the logical operation, for me, is that a message
is sent to the mailing list server in the UK. The
server examines it to be sure it fits the criteria.
Then the server sends the message out to each
subscriber email address on the list. Some people have
been known to have 2 subscribed addresses.
If there is a server malfunction and messages are
sent out from the server in duplicate, then everyone
would experience the problem.
(I had this discussion, once, with one of the host
system administrators in the UK.)
--- "Gundry, Kenneth" <KG at dolby.com> wrote:
> This is to the webmaster.
> Over the period 16 to 19 February, I received 46
> messages, each in
> triplicate (and identical). Our local computer
> gurus think the problem
> is your end, not ours, but are you aware of a
> mechanism for this? A
> similar problem has occurred once or twice before
> (weeks or months ago)
> but only for isolated messages, and I assumed then
> that the sender had
> accidentally sent more than once (all too easy with
> the silly
> alternative keystrokes of Microsoft Outlook).
> Ken G, 1925 Rover 16/50 running again (San
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