ricktravers Posted November 13, 2012 Share Posted November 13, 2012 I would argue this is impossible, but it has now happened twice and I have proof. The simple description is: I email someone and cc myself. The copy I receive via cc, and the one in my sent box are identical. However, the copy received by the other person contains text I deleted before sending, and is missing text I added before sending. Here is the detailed sequence using Webmail interface: 1) Person A sends a message to a distribution list that includes person B and myself. 2) Person B forwards direct to me with a comment on person A's message (person A is NOT cc'd on that forward). 3) I click "Reply", and I remove person B's address and add both person A and the distribution list address. I remove person B's comment from the message, and I add text of my own. 4) Both person B and myself receive the same message (via the distribution list), and that message is identical to the message in my sent box (as it should be). However, person A receives a message containing person B's comments that I had removed, and is also lacking the text I added. All the time stamps are identical and there is no message in my sent box corresponding to the message person A received. If that's not strange enough, the prior incident is even more bizarre. The sequence was exactly the same, except for the following: 1) Person A was a different person. 2) Person B received the same message as person A. That means that the distribution list sent person B and myself DIFFERENT messages! Surely that is impossible??? How is this possible, and can it be fixed? I have all the relevant messages from the most recent event, and some of the messages from the prior event. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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