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Multiple copies of same mail in ~/public-directory
- To: email@example.com
- Subject: Multiple copies of same mail in ~/public-directory
- From: "Stefan Kaminski" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 11:12:50 +0000
- Comments: Authenticated sender is <email@example.com>
- Priority: normal
I am working with Zmailer-Version (2.99.49p3) under Linux 2.0.0.
Everything is working quite smooth, except the following.
While the system is running an increasing amount of files with the
same content is created in the "~/public"-directory. Almost all of
these mails are sent by mailing lists to recipients on our mail
server. The header of these mails read as follows.
Received: from mail.postbox.co.uk ([188.8.131.52] HELO
postbox.co.uk ident: NO-IDENT-SERVICE [port
28433]) by mailer.scm.de with SMTP id
<55639-29685>; Fri, 29 Aug 1997 17:53:37 +0200
Received: from [184.108.40.206] by postbox.co.uk (NTList 3.02.12)
id ta124325; Thu, 28 Aug 1997 23:09:10 +0100
Received: from nobody by stingray.ivision.co.uk with local (Exim
1.62 #1) id 0x4CWy-0001oM-00; Thu, 28 Aug 1997
From: The Economist <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Business This Week (August 22nd - August 28th 1997)
Date: Thu, 28 Aug 1997 22:55:07 +0100
Sender: Nobody <email@example.com>
There are two entries in the header that arose my suspiscion. These
are the entries "NO-IDENT-SERVICE" and the "Precedence: bulk".
Although, I have temporarily removed the smtp-policy entries, the
problem still consists. It seems to me as if the mailing-list-owner
does not receive a "delivered"-information. So the mailing-list-
program starts over and over again and tries to deliver the message.
And this leads to the submission of always the same mail to the
The worst case we experienced so far was that the hard disk was full
of messages with the same content. As a work-around, I have now
temporarily inserted a cron-job which moves all the files from the
public-directory to the router-directory every five minutes. But
this is not the way I'd like to have solved that problem, because
now the recipients receive plenty of mail messages with the same
Is there an option I forgot to set, or has anybody experienced the
same problem ? Any ideas ? I appreciate every comment on that.
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