08-28-2007, 01:48 AM
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Yeah, either if you are on a BES or using gmail, that is the most likely time you were to see that happen. Let us know what service/account that is happening to you on, as the previous posters just summed it up as to why that may happen and how to solve it.
If it were in fact a gmail account, setup a filter that blocks incoming mail from your own email address.
GMAIL doesn't separate mail by folders. The sent items and inbox are just filtered on the website, but they are actually one folder. When a message is sent, a copy of it is saved using the sent filter, placed in the inbox. When the BIS checks new mail, it believes it is a new message as it has a high message UID.
A filter as mentioned above will block that.
BES 4.1.4 - Exchange 2003
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