Duplicate E-mails when sending to two or more groups.

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If I send a message to three different group lists and a person is in all three groups they get the message three times. Is there a way to avoid this?
ASKED: November 15, 2008  1:23 AM
UPDATED: November 17, 2008  8:26 PM

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If you are using regular POP3 and SMTP email servers then no, because each group will be getting a separate message which show as separate to the mail server.

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  • Technochic
    Can you tell us what program you are using please? It's difficult to answer a question without knowing any details. What version and what patch level too please.
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  • Technochic
    Also are these personally created groups or centrally located groups? Again details are needed to get a useful answer. Thanks.
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  • Beauone
    Yep, sorry, not sure how I left that out. We are using Exchange Server and they are centrally located groups. Thanks, Robert
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