Question about threading

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#1
There are three posts in the thread "Fallback ...". I'm using "Agent" to read
the new forums and I see three distinct threads:

Subject: [Support-t-147] "534 Fallback to [C]" after iftp
Subject: RE: [Support-t-147] " after iftp
Subject: RE: [Support-t-147] Re: "534 Fallback to [C]" after iftp

What do others see, and with what clients? How do these mangled subjects come
to be in the first place?
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- Vince
 
#2
vefatica wrote:
| There are three posts in the thread "Fallback ...". I'm using
| "Agent" to read the new forums and I see three distinct threads:
|
| Subject: [Support-t-147] "534 Fallback to [C]" after iftp
| Subject: RE: [Support-t-147] " after iftp
| Subject: RE: [Support-t-147] Re: "534 Fallback to [C]" after iftp
|
| What do others see, and with what clients? How do these mangled
| subjects come to be in the first place?

I use Outlook Express, and the list of messages pane for one of the threads
has exactly the same 3 "subjects" as above.
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Steve
 
May 30, 2008
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#3
From: vefatica
Sent: Thursday, June 05, 2008 7:03 PM
Subject: [Support-t-148] Question about threading

>
> There are three posts in the thread "Fallback ...". I'm using "Agent" to
read

> the new forums and I see three distinct threads:
>
> Subject: [Support-t-147] "534 Fallback to [C]" after iftp
> Subject: RE: [Support-t-147] " after iftp
> Subject: RE: [Support-t-147] Re: "534 Fallback to [C]" after iftp
>
> What do others see, and with what clients? How do these mangled subjects
come

> to be in the first place?
I see the same in MS Outlook 2000.

Jonathan Gilbert_
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