Exchange duplicate emails

Posted on 2009-02-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Please help me figure out why does one user (xp, outlook 2003, exchange) sends an email to a group and and random people in that group receive it in duplicate.
I have tracked the message in exchange and it seems that there are in fact 2 email listed for the receiver of the mail.
Is like the user sends it twice... but this is not the case.
Question by:bogdan_onuta
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    Check this link...will solve your problem.;EN-US;264249
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    Author Comment

    Is this viable for email that are sent within the company?
    I cannot see the point of connectors if the emails are sent between the users of the same company using the same exchange server.

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