Simon, watch and see if these duplicates all are replies to your messages. 
Sometimes I get duplicates too, but then I look at the headers and one
will be to the group and the other to me.  I think the sender uses the
"send to sender and to group" option on his mailer.  It never upsets me
because I flatter so easily.  <bg>


In <199907241858.OAA000.62@unicorn.flybynight.com.au>, on 07/24/99 
   at 02:02 PM, "Simon Coulter" <shc@flybynight.com.au> said:


>Serious question though:  Does anyone else get duplicate messages
>arriving?  They have the  same originator, topic, and send date and time
>but only two copies.  It doesn't happen often,  but enough to be
>annoying.  I'm trying to isolate it to my ISP or mailer but it's so 
>inconsistent.

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