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Find out who had forward mail to other user in lotus domino.

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The story is that when a user resigned, his (Peter) mail will setup a cc copy to another user (Mary) by use rule. But if i dont know which database file had setup the cc rule, how can i find out who had cc mails to Mary? Thanks.
We are using Lotus Domino 7.
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Guess I don't quite follow. If Peter's mail is CC'ing Mary then you should be able to view the rule in Peter's database and see who it forwards to.
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ALso check Mary's amil for stuff that was cc to her.


I hope this helps !
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Sorry for the chaos.
Mary received a mail twice from Peter. After investigation, we found out that Peter had send a mail to a group list which contains Mary. But why Mary had receive it twice?
I think someone in the group list had setup a rule in his\her database, which will auto CC copy of mail to Mary. But how can i know which database had this rule?
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