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2002\08\07@152952 by Wouter van Ooijen

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Anyone else getting two copies of each message?

Wouter van Ooijen

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2002\08\07@165307 by Kieren Johnstone

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This is a bug in Outlook Express, check support.microsoft.com for a fix,
something to do with deleting .idx files.  I just ignore it :)

-Kieren

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2002\08\10@064542 by VisNaicker et al)

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err like the other day when my local Mchip distributor
decided to send me a + 800Kb pdf file announcing their
summer school or something , and I was connected at
24kbit/s and connection was dropping - so I decided to
cancel downloading my e-mail till later .

I did not log out from the pop server properly (- OE5),
just pulled the plug , and guess what , the next time
I logged in to download my e-mail , I had to download
all the messages again as the previous messages were
not deleted from the server.

Vis Naicker

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2002\08\10@073957 by Rick C.

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In simple terms, when your email client (your program) downloads email
from your POP server at your ISP, upon completion, your client will send
a command back to your server telling the server that all your emails
were successfully downloaded and the server will then delete the emails
on that server. Any interruption in this email dump from the server tells
the server that something went wrong, and the next time you log in, it
will attempt to send them again.

This situation occurs usually when one has a slow connection, many
emails,  with a long one near the end. An unplanned disconnect with a
reconnect will start the cycle all over again. A nuisance, but a
safeguard against loss of emails.

I had a customer go on vacation one time and came back to 600+ messages
that included a recent 3 meg picture. Her download seemed to "hang" every
time she attempted to retrieve her messages. She tried 12 times to get
her emails when it "hung". When I finally got the picture deleted from
the server, she had 7200 messages, 12 duplicate sets of email totaling
over 45 meg of messages in her inbox! Unusual, but it happens.
Rick

"D fault ( VisNaicker et al)" wrote:

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2002\08\10@181324 by Jennifer L. Gatza

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I thought I was receiving double messages for a while.  It turns out that I
had two PIClist filters set in Outlook, so it would create two copies of
each message before placing them in the PIClist folder.
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> Anyone else getting two copies of each message?
>
> Wouter van Ooijen

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2002\08\11@152243 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I thought I was receiving double messages for a while.  It
> turns out that I
> had two PIClist filters set in Outlook, so it would create
> two copies of
> each message before placing them in the PIClist folder.

One bonus point! Even though I had already figured it out myself. But
for the next point: this does not agree with what outlook pretends to
do: apply all rules in serie: a message moved by rule one should not be
found by rule two because it is already moved! So how do you catch the
messages that are not To: but Cc: to the PIClist server?

Wouter van Ooijen
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2002\08\12@075516 by Alan B. Pearce

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>> I thought I was receiving double messages for a while.  It
>> turns out that I
>> had two PIClist filters set in Outlook, so it would create
>> two copies of
>> each message before placing them in the PIClist folder.
>
>One bonus point! Even though I had already figured it out myself. But
>for the next point: this does not agree with what outlook pretends to
>do: apply all rules in serie: a message moved by rule one should not be
>found by rule two because it is already moved! So how do you catch the
>messages that are not To: but Cc: to the PIClist server?

I get around this in Outlook Express by having it "Move" the message instead
of "Copy" :)) The rules are only applied to messages in the "Inbox", so once
it is moved, no other rules can be applied to it. Does make it a pain though
when there multiple tags on a message such as both [PIC]: and [OT]: because
some one has decided to change the tag, and the message goes to PIC instead
of OT because of the rule orders - but that is also fixable.

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2002\08\12@075915 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> I get around this in Outlook Express by having it "Move" the
> message instead
> of "Copy" :))

Funny, all my rules say 'copy', yet somehow two rules managed to 'catch'
each piclist message!

Wouter van Ooijen
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2002\08\12@105701 by Pic Dude

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Wow, you just solved a problem I've been having with
another mailing list.

Thanks,
-Neil.


Jennifer L. Gatza scribbled:

> I thought I was receiving double messages for a while.  It turns
> out that I
> had two PIClist filters set in Outlook, so it would create two copies of
> each message before placing them in the PIClist folder.

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2002\08\12@112039 by Jim Rickenbacker

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To avoid the multiple rules problem you need to select two actions for
each rule: "move it to the <name> folder" and "and stop processing more
rules".

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