POP3 Emails on Exchange Server-Emails download twice

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Exchange Server Administration
I have 6 pop3 accounts delivering email to me on my Exchange server.  I want to be able to know at a glance which account an email is from so I can easily prioritize. Problem is that on occaision, the system will download several days or a week of emails a second time.  I could have 400 emails downloaded that I have already dealt with in the near past.  This requires a manual process of deleting all of the duplicates.  My hired Microsoft Exchange guy say there is no satisfactory solution since I want the POP3 account email address showing in the TO: column of my Outlook program. He claims this happens because a glitch with one of the POP3 accounts causes Exchange to not mark or to unmark emails as processed. It sounds like bunk to me and I am looking for some solution.  Can you help

Software/Hardware used:
exchange server and outlook dell computers

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