Re: double messages

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From:"Bill Sinai (Anatomical Pathology)" <>
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Date:          Thu, 10 May 2001 16:50:41 -0400
From:          Amos Brooks <>
Subject:       Re: double messages
To:            Pam Marcum <>
Cc:            "Colbert, Laurie" <>,

I rarely get double messages here in Australia.  I believe it has 
something to do with your local email server misinterpreting 
something in the e-mail delivery system.  Our e-mail supervisor says 
that the servers should be able to filter our duplicate messages!

Hi,    I agree, and I do just delete them 
(the double messages that is). But, given the amount of mail that 
comes from this list I am sometimes overwhelmed with a huge in box 
and the duplicates just make things worse. I merely was hoping we 
could root out the cause and save some time. Amos Brooks

Pam Marcum wrote:

> We all get them.  I have learned to just delete duplicates because the
> service is so helpful and informative.  It can be aggravating.  The option
> of not having Histonet over rides any doubles.  Pam Marcum
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Colbert, Laurie []
> Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2000 1:10 AM
> To: 'Amos Brooks';
> Subject: RE: double messages
> I have been getting duplicate messages for months.  I had my name deleted
> and then re-added to HistoNet, but that didn't help.  I've had someone from
> our Information Systems down here several times, but they have not been able
> to help either.
> Laurie Colbert
> Burbank, CA
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Amos Brooks []
> Sent: Sunday, May 07, 2000 1:09 AM
> To:
> Subject: double messages
> Hi all,
>     I am getting double messages, I am wondering if anyone else is
> getting this. My inbox is getting very full.
> :-)
> Amos Brooks

Bill Sinai
Department Manager
Tissue Pathology
ICPMR Westmead Hospital 
Phone 61+2+9845 7774  Fax 61+2+9687 2330

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