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Posted on 2003-12-12
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I am getting the following error message when sending  some emails to multiple recipients :-


"Unable to deliver message to the following recipients, because the message
was forwarded more than the maximum allowed times. This could indicate a
mail loop."

My questions are
a) Where is the maximum allowed times set? is it an Exchange setting, Outlook setting or set by the ISP.
b) What is a mail loop, and how can it be detected and fixed?


Thanks in anticipation.


Alan
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This should explain a mail loop for you - http://nt.bnl.gov/itd/mailloop.htm
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