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From: Jason Baker (jbakerglastender.com)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2007 - 15:22:26 CDT
I did have some odd problems with Dovecot, but these are messages that
were already received by user A. He had them in a sub folder in his
Thunderbird email inbox (pop3). User B suddenly had random emails from
user A's sub folders appear in his inbox as unread messages. But they
were never delivered (not forwarded, not sent). None of the messages
from user As inbox that appeared in user B's inbox had user B's email
address (or name for that matter) in them. Seems very strange.
5400 North Michigan Road
Saginaw, Michigan 48604 USA
Phone: 989.752.4275 ext. 228
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On 4/23/2007 4:00 PM, mouss wrote:
> Wietse Venema wrote:
>> Jason Baker:
>>> I have a Postifx email system running on a CentOS 4 box. Last week,
>>> one of my users reported to me that about a dozen emails suddenly
>>> showed up in his in box (as unread messages), but none of them were
>>> addressed to him. Under further investigation, they turned out to be
>>> from another user's inbox. The messages were all over a month old.
>>> How could mail simply show up in one inbox from another user's?
>>> We're using Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5. Anyone else run into issues
>>> like this?
>> Perhaps the POP/IMAP server got confused?
> - there are funny symlinks in the mail store
> - there are shared folders