It seems to have been a problem with the mail queue. It could not resolve addresses, according to the log. I could resolve addresses from the bash command line with "dig". I restarted the server and manually flushed the queue from the web admin interface.
I think Surgemail did not come up properly after a recent power outage. Anyway, seems to be working fine now.
On 1/15/20 7:23 PM, Surgemail Support wrote:
> Duplicates can be caused by
> 1) file access errors.
> 2) duplicate incoming messages - sometimes caused by outlook combined with a virus scanner issue.
> So check if msg*.rec shows the duplicates as 'arriving' more than once. And check if there is some problem deleting messages from your inbox.
> empty your inbox, then examine the file system to see if it's empty
> tellmail path email@example.com
> cd (path)/mdir/new
> ls -al
> On 16/01/2020 5:35 AM, John Wilkes wrote:
>> I've been getting duplicate messages since a recent power failure. Thanks to a UPS, I shut down the mail server and mirror cleanly, so no crash. It's only certain senders that seem to generate duplicates. I've received five copies of some messages.
>> Any ideas what could be causing this?
>> Currently running version 7.3o4-4 on a Centos system.
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