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We are experiencing another weird calendar/email issue.

we recently changed our domain names from:


not the actual names, but you will see later in this post

user 1 - windows7, outlook 2010 (all latest service packs/updates)
user 2 - Fedora 18, Thunderbird w/Lightning (all latest fedora updates)

User 1 send out a meeting request (yesterday) for a 11:30am meeting today.
User 2 accepts

User 1 receives 2 responses back from User 2. I figure this one out.

Today we have the meeting at 11:30am

At 12:56pm, User 1 receives an email from User 2:


-----Original Message-----
From: User 2 [mailto:user2<_at_>ourdomain.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2013 12:56 PM
To: User 1
Subject: Quick Chat about Website Tracking

Let's figure out what we want to use moving forward in regards to website tracking

Strange thing is, that is the exact same subject and body that User 1 used for the meeting invite.

I check with User 2, and he did not send the message, so I go to the kerio logs, and here is what I find:


[01/May/2013 12:55:37] Recv: Queue-ID: 51814904-0000121a, Service: CalDAV, From: <user2@ourdomain.com>, To: <user1@ourdomain.com>, Size: 3482, Sender-Host:, User: user1@ourdomain.com, Subject: Quick Chat about Website Tracking, Msg-Id: <252351812-2576<_at_>mail.olddomainname.com>

User 2 did not send this email, but this entry exists in the kerio logs.

how can I determine what's going on?


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Could there still be messages in the queue? Check your Message Queue to see if there's anything pending there.

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At the time, there were no emails in the queue.

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