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You may be receiving duplicates of our email newsletters because you are subscribed with two different email addresses that are routed to the same destination. For example you may be subscribed as JDoe@govexec.com and JohnDoe@govexec.com. Or it might be something like this: JDoe@govexec.com and JDoe@mail.govexec.com.
At the very bottom of our email newsletters there is a line that reads:
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So, here are the simple guidelines. If this line in the duplicate newsletters specifies different addresses, then click the “unsubscribe” link toward the bottom right of your newsletter. This should direct you to a Preference Center where you can manage your newsletter settings for a particular newsletter brand or unsubscribe from communications from that brand entirely. If you are not able to access the Preference Center, please email us at one of the following addresses below:
If duplicate email newsletters are being sent to the same exact address, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the full internet headers from both copies, so we can investigate the situation and resolve the problem. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Often when this happens, the problem is that your organization's mail server is blocking the domain(s) that our email is sent from. If your organization has blocked any incoming emails from the following domains , you will not receive any email from us:
Please contact your network administrator about whitelisting these domains. If you need additional information on whitelisting, please contact us at email@example.com.
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