For those who said they were experiencing the same problem than me, I
think I found the solution.
My mail client is currently configured to leave the messages on the
server and it seems that the message causing the problem has something
specific preventing my mail server and mail client to flag it as already
sent, as a result it keeps being sent again and again to my client.
Solution: delete the message on the server.
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Jacques Brignon [mailto:jacbrignon@stripped]
> Envoyé : dimanche 25 mars 2007 15:21
> À : 'Stephen Cook'
> Cc : 'Jerry Schwartz'; 'MySQL List'
> Objet : RE : SPAM ?
> > http://lists.mysql.com/mysql?unsub=1
> > that link ought to help you
> Looks a bit extreme, as long as I feel there is some value to be part
> this list :-).
> I suspect all members of the list experience the same problem; I feel
> would be more valuable to solve the problem than to nuke the list.
> It is to be noticed that if you sort your inbox by date, the problem
> remain undetected for a while as long as all the messages have the
> date and time (look for messages from Jerry Schwartz
> [jschwartz@stripped] dated 22/03/2007 17:53); I received
> 50 of them since my last post.
> As long as Jerry does not seem to receive the messages about the
> problem, if he cannot be contacted otherwise is there a way to block
> messages or to unsubscribe this address until the problem is fixed?
> Jacques Brignon
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