a possible bug with sending notifications on the peer comments
Thread poster: Alexander Onishko

Alexander Onishko  Identity Verified
Local time: 17:00
Russian to English
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Sep 10, 2007

I have posted an answer to this question http://www.proz.com/kudoz/2131954 and a colleague commented on my answer and .... I received the notification of the comment 4(!) times - the comment was not changed

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Sylvain Leray  Identity Verified
Local time: 16:00
Member (2003)
German to French
Same here Sep 10, 2007

I received a response to a peer comment I made about 10 times in one hour
It happens from time to time...

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María Florencia Vita
Local time: 12:00
Thanks ffor pointing that out! Sep 10, 2007

Dear all,

Andrew is actually looking at that exact problem right now.
So he will be fixed as soon as possible!

I appreciate your patience.

Kind regards,

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I've tracked the notifications sent Sep 10, 2007

Hello Alexander,

I believe I've discovered the cause of the multiple message issue you've experienced this morning. One of our mail servers was having a difficult time confirming whether it had completely sent the message to you or not, so to be on the safe side it went ahead and re-sent it. I apologize for clogging up your inbox.

I've taken a look at the last few notifications sent to you. You should have received notifications for four more KudoZ questions since your post of this topic.

I saw the normal 'Delivery Successful' entries for these emails in our logs. Are you still receiving duplicates?

Best Regards,

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