One of our users reports that an email that was sent days ago using one of his distribution lists in his personal Contacts folder keeps sending to the recipients.
Message from user:
"I have about 2-3 emails that keep getting sent... and resent... and I am not sending them... any ideas? This message below was sent days ago, but is now being "sent" time and time again. I was just worried about a possible virus/hacking (I ran a scan and found no issues)."
Anyone else seeing this behavior? All help will be greatly appreciated!
From: rjben » Wed, 25 August 2010 23:39 [message #72783]
I suppose no one else uses distribution lists since there's no reply to the message posted on August 18th??? (See below.)
Kerio support reported that there could be an issue if we created the distribution lists using the public contact folder... Well, I suppose we could have TYPED in all the email addresses instead of using the public contact folder.... Confused
Obviously, if this issue isn't resolved by Kerio, we will no longer be able to use Kerio for distribution lists.
Any suggestions on what our personnel can use instead? (Our users need to be able to see who's in the list they're emailing.)
From: rjben » Wed, 18 August 2010 23:22 [message #72596]
We have upgraded our email server to 7.1.0 build 1792.
A user reported using one of our distribution lists in the public folder ... Some members were not included in the sent email.
After reviewing our server settings, we could find nothing that should have limited the number of recipients.
Has anyone else experienced this issue?
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