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Mail distribution using Catchall Mailbox
  Posted by  Dave Couves  on Wednesday, August 04, 2004 at 4:54:30 AM (EST)
Hi,

I'm using Lan Suite 2004 to download pop3 mail from a 'catchall' mailbox at my ISP and distribute to 50 uses. In cases where the outside sender sends a mail message to someone on my domain and also CC's a different person on my domain I get the mail message in my ISP mailbox twice (or more if more people are CC'ed). Lansuite then distributes each message to all intended recipients. So if 5 people are CC'ed each person receives the message 6 times. The ISP tell me they put a new line in the header called 'Delivered To:' to stop this happening. Does anyone know how to get Lan Suite to check this header line instead of looking at the To: or CC: line of the header?
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