Any Idea why I get these messages (Begin CD to MIME Conversion) in my notes.log file

A particular user is constantly generating these messages in the note.log file.   It appers to be the same few messages every few minutes and for several days now.  I have cleaned out the mail.box file of any dead messages and I see no messages stuck in a routing loop between the sendmail server (RedHat Linux) and the notes mail server.  (also RedHat Linux).  
The general infrastructure at the company is that mail is accepted via sendmail and forwarded to the notes server, where the user then uses Outlook to POP off the server.

The messages are as follows:

11/16/2004 06:53:39 PM  Begin CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 000032A2)
11/16/2004 06:53:39 PM  End CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 000032A2)
11/16/2004 06:53:39 PM  Begin CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 000032AA)
11/16/2004 06:53:39 PM  End CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 000032AA)
11/16/2004 06:54:00 PM  Begin CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 0000336A)
11/16/2004 06:54:00 PM  End CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 0000336A)
11/16/2004 06:54:00 PM  Begin CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 00003376)
11/16/2004 06:54:00 PM  End CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 00003376)
11/16/2004 06:54:00 PM  Begin CD to MIME Conversion(Process: POP3 Server (00004FCC:00000008), Database: /nd1/DOMINO/DATA/mail/rdeangel.nsf, Note: 0000337E)




Thanks


-dan
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Bozzie4IT ArchitectCommented:
Since it's the pop3 server that generates the message, look to the user who is downloading his mails using outlook.
Check his person document, to see if the "preference for incoming mail" is set to whatever is set for your other users.  And check his outlook settings, to see if he hasn't 'customized' them ...

cheers,

Tom
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DanRaposoAuthor Commented:
He leaves a copyon the server, which in my estimation should still not be a problem.  But I had him remove them from the mail server and that did the trick.

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