Exchange 2003. I continue to receive the same emails from a few senders. I do not think the emails are spam. I receive the duplicates in both Outlook and OWA. They do not come all together... rather, I receive the duplicates about 30 minutes apart. It is as if our Exchange server is not sending a message back to the sender's mail server saying "I got it, so you don't have to send it anymore." Important: This happens to other users too.
Please elaborate, what does "This happens to other users too." mean? Does that mean that you consistently get repeat messages from multiple different domains?
Thanks for your reply... no, I mean other users on this domain... other mailboxes... Other Outlook users are getting repeated messages too. That indicates to me that is is (probably) not a virus on my computer, or an incorrect setting in my Outlook, or anything specifically with my mailbox...
oh, sorry... the messages are FROM different domains... HP, Southern Living...
I would suspect that there might be some corruption in the Exchange Information Store. ARe you the mail admin or an end user?
How long has it been since you restarted the Information Store?
Restarted the whole Exchange Server about Wednesday of last week, but I've planned to do it again during lunch today.... which means about now... Will do again, and report back to you.
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