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Double Emails

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Nymph, Jun 27, 2003.

  1. Nymph

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    You'd better create a 3rd e-mail for forwardings, or else you will always be in a loop!

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    I don't see why this would be the case because before I ran my own box, I used to be hosted on liquidweb.com and they run CPanel also... I was able to do exactly this without any problems... I'm thinking maybe it's a setting in the exim.conf or something but I really don't know...

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    I did a little reasearch and here is what I discovered...

    If you have spamAssasin ENABLED then the stopping of duplicate messages from alias's or fowards will NOT WORK...

    If you have spamAssasin DISABLED then people will not recieve duplicate email from alias's or fowards.

    I guess spamAssasin should fix something up about their system because it messes things up for other options!

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