One user in our organisation is recieving the same mail twice.means if i send a mail to him he recieve it one time and after 5-10 seconds he recive it again

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One user in our organisation is recieving the same mail twice.means if i send a mail to him he recieve it one time and after 5-10 seconds he recive it again.what may be the cause?
ASKED: March 11, 2008  6:45 PM
UPDATED: March 12, 2008  6:35 PM

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I’m not an expert with Exchange and I know it’s not the same version but I thought you might find this <a href=”http://objectmix.com/microsoft-exchange/263110-double-emails-why.html”>post </a>interesting.

Have a good day,

Joelle

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  • EPS
    check that user may be assign to other group in your organisation.
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  • Kwindo
    Check out the Message Tracking tool. Fill in the Exchange server and the recipient. See where the e-mail is coming from. It could be tons of stuff, from rules, vacation reminders sharing etc. Groups sound reasonable too. Is it the only affected user?
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