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Mdaemon Duplicate messages if sent to our 2 domains

Posted on 2011-09-13
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We are running Mdaemon 12.0.4 with 2 domains on Windows Server 2003 R2
We are using DomainPop to download mail from our isp.
If anyone sends us mail to say
TO: user1@domain1.com
CC: user2@domain1.com; user3@domain1.com; user1@domain2.com

Then all users receive 2 duplicate messages. This only happens if the 2 domains are listed in the recipients.

I have looked at the Parsing documentation and cannot see how to change this??

Any ideas.
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by:Luciano Patrão
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Hi

Do you have any rules in domain? To receive and/or send emails?

And on DomainPOP are you leaving any emails on the server(there is an option on DomainPOP for this)

Or in the servers option is an option "POP DELE command immediately removes messages from mailbox" try to check this also.

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by:jmauel
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Thanks BestWay,
I have read both of those articles already and I dont feel they address my issue of the two domains producing two duplicates.

No, I am  not leaving any messages on the DomainPOP host.

Yes I am using the DELE command to immediately delet email from the POP server.

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Luciano Patrão earned 500 total points
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Hi

I use MDaemon about 6/7 years, but honestly never used the DomainPOP option.

The DELE was one of the options that I would bet that was the problem. But since you already use that one...

Have you tried the MDaemon support forum? Is very good and we can get help very quickly.

Jail
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