Need to prove that I did not receive an email that was sent to me
Someone at my workplace sent an e-mail to my yahoo e-mail account from her workplace e-mail account. However my e-mail account did not receive these e-mails. This confusion caused me a big trouble at my workplace and now I need to prove that I did not receive these e-mails. How can I do this?
Re: Need to prove that I did not receive an email that...
If it's with in the past two weeks Usually your companies System admin can track the delivery of incoming and out going messages. They will not be able to say that the message was delivered to your inbox but they will be able to say if it reached yahoo's server!
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1.) If yes. 1.) Can you log into your account and see it? 1.) If yes, problem solved. :). 2.) If you can not see it, check your spam folder. The mails might be there. 3.) If you can not login to your account, its a different problem.
2.) If no one has sent you an email. 1.) Ask someone to send you mail in your correct email address and see your inbox and spam folders.
This issue can be as a result of someone else other than you using your account, or it can be related to the emails you have sent or received recently.
According to the Yahoo! help information, when this occurs you should check to see if there is any suspicious activity on your email account. Also, change your Yahoo! email account password, just in case.
These messages will generally stay for around 48 hours, or two days. If you have received or sent many emails with attachments lately, remove some of them from your inbox or sent folder.
Also, try clearing your cache and cookies on your browser. This can be done by going to Tools -> Delete Browsing History... in Internet Explorer, or Tools -> Clear Private Data in Firefox.
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What in the world is Windows EX Professional or it should hav been mentioned as Windows XP Professional.. Anyhow the email attachments has nothing to do with the OS, but rather the e-mail account you are using, If you have a personalized webmail say Microsoft outlook and using it at your workplace then the size of the e-mail attachemnts is restricted to few KB's by the administrator(Mine in Workplace is not above 200KB).
Use the free email accounts in Yahoo and gmail as they allow you to send an email attachment of <= 10 MB and <=20 MB.
You can go into your Paypal account and add the other Yahoo email account to your Paypal account. Then you can claim the money sent to the other Yahoo account. You can have, I believe, up to 6 email accounts receiving money on one paypal acct.
Unfortunately there is no way to prove you never received the message. Show them your inbox and trash folder and just try to convince them. Tell them it is possible for email messages to be lost in transit.