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Re: Duplicate posts, using maillist.php [message #41092 is a reply to message #41091] Sun, 18 May 2008 19:58 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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Ilia wrote on Sun, 18 May 2008 16:33

If you look at the mailing list message posted by the forum, what mail headers do you see?


Here are some sample headers from a message which was posted on the forum and appeared on the mailing list once but on the forum twice:
Return-Path: <"listname-return-16638-srchild-listdomain:net-simon.child=listdomain.net"@forumdomain.org>
Delivered-To: srchild-listdomain:net-simon(dot)child(at)listdomain(dot)net
X-Envelope-To: simon(dot)child(at)listdomain(dot)net
Received: (qmail 36119 invoked by uid 3002); 11 May 2008 10:42:09 -0000
Precedence: bulk
Delivered-To: mailing list listname(at)forumdomain(dot)org
Received: (qmail 35682 invoked by uid 3002); 11 May 2008 10:39:28 -0000
Mailing-List: contact listname-help(at)forumdomain(dot)org; run by ezmlm
X-No-Archive: yes
List-Post: <mailto:listname(at)forumdomain(dot)org>
List-Help: <mailto:listname-help(at)forumdomain(dot)org>
List-Unsubscribe: <mailto:listname-unsubscribe(at)forumdomain(dot)org>
List-Subscribe: <mailto:listname-subscribe(at)forumdomain(dot)org>
Reply-To: listname(at)forumdomain(dot)org
Delivered-To: mailing list listname(at)forumdomain(dot)org
Date: 11 May 2008 10:39:27 -0000
To: listname(at)forumdomain(dot)org
From: Simon Child <simon(dot)child(at)listdomain(dot)net>
Errors-To: Simon Child <simon(dot)child(at)listdomain(dot)net>
X-Mailer: FUDforum v2.7.7
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-15"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Organization: listname User Group
X-FUDforum: 6092915ac21e63638178e48fa6d9dcda <53757>
Message-ID: <d1fd(dot)4826ccdf(at)www(dot)forumdomain(dot)org>
X-forumdomain-Demime: stripped
Subject: [listname] Update to forumdomain Forum


I see an 'X-Mailer: FUDforum v2.7.7' line, is that the one you use to try to avoid duplications? If so, it is being preserved and not stripped out by my mailing list (I do run through demime, but have always done that).

Thanks for the input, but I am about to go away for three weeks so can't do anything further with this until I return. Duplicates will have to continue in my absence Smile






Simon Child
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