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Mail keeps bouncing back to me as undeliverable

I have been doing business with someone in lima, Peru. Lately, my email wont go through and keeps coming back as undeliverable. However, the person I am sending it to reports no problems with anyone else. Many times after I try to send an email to him, I immediately get thrown offline with Yahoo Mail and have to sign back in. This can happen 10 times in fifteen minutes. No idea whats wrong...I went back to mail classic and it wont let me fill anything in the subject area - again, no idea why... The odd thing is, I can still get email from the guy I am sending my email to at the same email address...

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  • jamesprorez Dec 02, 2008

    Unfortuately, hitting the reply to respond (even within seconds of my recieving an email from him ) justs gives me the "mail undeliverable' response. The only thing I did notice is his time/date stamp is off by a few days & hours. He did tell me he reformatted his hard drive "around" the time the problems began. However, he experiences no problems with anyone else leading me to believe the probem is on my end...

  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2009

    message say e-mail not sent or you connected, or, the adress cant be found

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The way I would get around that problem is to push the reply and respond that way, It will write to the E-mail address that just wrote to you. Try that and let me know if that works.

or you could take your mouse and high light it and copy it and then past it on to the address box to whom you are will be sending mail to.

Most times for E-mails not working is do to small problems like useing ( , ) Rather then the ( . ) They both look almost the same.

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