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Mark Sapiro wrote:
I think the next thing is to collect both copies of some duplicated
posts with full headers and examine the Received: chains in each to
try to determine where the duplication is occurring.

Another thing you can do if you have access to Mailman's logs is to
check the post and smtp logs to see if the entire post is being sent
twice.

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San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan

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