Re: [exim] Bug in duplicate detection?

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Author: Tony Finch
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To: Harald Schueler
CC: exim-users
Subject: Re: [exim] Bug in duplicate detection?
On Tue, 18 Jan 2005, Harald Schueler wrote:
>
> One of our users (let's call her Alice) reported that she missed _some_ mails,
> while others from the same person arrived. She gets copies of all mails
> adressed to "Bob <bob@newdomain>" and also of course mail addressed to her own
> address "Alice <alice@newdomain>". But when mail was addressed to
> "bob@newdomain, alice@newdomain" (not knowing she would already get a copy of
> the mail to Bob) it was delivered only to Bob (while, interestingly, mail
> addressed to "alice@newdomain bob@newdomain" was deliverd as expected.


I noticed that you didn't have check_ancestor set on any of the routers.
Perhaps you should examine section 22.5 of the spec, which describes your
problem and how to fix it.

Tony.
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