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From Maurizio Cucchiara <>
Subject Re: commons-email sending email twice?
Date Fri, 29 Mar 2013 06:49:53 GMT
Gmail removes the duplicated emails (though to be frank, I don't know
according to which criteria).
For the same reason you don't see the message, you just sent to the
list, twice.

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Maurizio Cucchiara

On 29 March 2013 01:30, David Hoffer <> wrote:
> I've got a strange one.  I'm using commons-email to send some email, that
> is being sent to two recipients so I call addTo() twice, once for each
> recipients, then I call send() once.  I can tell I'm calling send() once
> per the log files.
> However two messages get sent.  I'm using GMail to send.  I can tell two
> got sent because it logs two sent in GMail's Sent Mail folder. And each of
> the recipients get duplicate emails.  They both have the same send and
> receive timestamp.
> This program runs and does this twice per day, happens to be at midnight
> and at 1am.  To try to keep GMail from combining/threading the messages the
> subject contains the date.  So since we send the email an hour apart these
> both have the same subject...and since the emails are duplicated we have 4
> combined/threaded messages per day in our Sent Mail folder.  However we
> should only have 2.
> This started happening about a month ago and we were using commons-email
> 1.3, I since upgraded to 1.3.1 and get the same behavior.
> I don't know if this issue is with commons-email or GMail, or why it
> used to work fine.
> Has anyone seen anything like this?  Have any pointers how I might resolve
> this?
> Thanks,
> -Dave

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