Re: Occasional duplicate mail

From: mouss (no email)
Date: Thu Sep 21 2006 - 19:37:50 EDT

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    Kris Wilk wrote:
    > Thanks Mark and Sean,
    >
    > I do believe the incoming and outgoing problems are unrelated.
    >
    > The outgoing dupe problem WAS in fact limited to a few virtual aliases
    > getting expanded on both sides of amavis-new. Adding
    > "receive_override_options = no_address_mappings" to main.cf seems to
    > have resolved that.
    >
    > But the incoming dupes still baffle me. The log snippet I included
    > looks "OK", doesn't it? There do not appear to be any errors,
    > timeouts, etc, and the incoming address does not have any virtual
    > aliasing to cause dupes (as above). Yet I got that message in
    > triplicate.
    >
    > One other thing that I know: whatever is causing the dupes seems to be
    > AFTER amavis-new has scanned the message. The dupes contain
    > amavis-new's version header and all the spam headers.
    >
    > The worst thing is that I cannot reliably reproduce the dupes. I ask a
    > remote sender to send a few mails to me and 1 or 2 get duped. The rest
    > are fine. Aargh!
    >
    > Kris
    >

    show your master.cf. In particular,
    - reread what Mark said
    - are you using a before-the-queue filter?

    according to

    Sep 20 20:03:09 tarpon postfix/smtpd[31341]: disconnect from
    mta10.adelphia.net[68.168.78.202]

    the client timeouts and will thus resend the message. look for the
    message-id and see if amavisd-new is called twice for the duplicated
    message.


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