From: Ray Anderson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 19 1999 - 12:48:19 PST
One more off-topic message on the subject of si-list apparently sending
multiple copies of messages...
I think I've determined the cause: Microsoft (thanks Bill :)
More specifically, a misconfigured piece of their software residing
on an NT server run by highspeedsolutions.com .
The software at fault is:
Microsoft Exchange Connector for POP3 Mailboxes 4.50.2113
This s/w is apparently supposed to grab all mail coming onto their
network and convert it to Microsoft Exchange format and then forward
it to their subscribers who use Microsoft Exchange.
Somehow the configuration is fouled up and it is grabbing and regenerating
everything that traverses their network (a major one in the New England area).
I've contacted the postmaster at highspeedsolutions.com to see if they are aware
of the problem and to see what they can do to fix it.
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