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Very strange- Email sent last week (successfully) resent again this morning....Help!

Posted on 2006-11-07
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Our Exec. Assistant sent an email to 6 internal employees and about 10 other external recipients(Board Members!) on October 27th.  Everyone got it, everyone replied.  Today, she got replies again saying "You already sent this" from a bunch of them.  She swears she didn't resend it, and it does not show up in her Sent Items.  I tracked the email in Exchange, and sure enough, it shows, in the SAME email subject, that it was sent on the 27th, and then a little lower (after all the "Submitting to Advanced Queue and all that stuff), that it sent again this morning.  I can't figure it out.....Any ideas?  She did receive one NDR from one of the external recipients who is no longer at a certain email address.....HELP!  Thanks.
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That is usually caused by an antivirus or antispam application holding on to the message.

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Hmmmm......Ok.  It's never happened before.  I'm using Symantec Anti-Virus and Sunbelt Ninja Anti-Spam.  Do you have any idea how I could check which one, and where???
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Depends whether they log.
I don't use either product so cannot help with where to look in there for their logging.

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