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I am using Microsoft outlook can't receive mail bellsouth

Hi I am not receiving mail from my sister's web server bellsouth.net and she is not getting my mail from Microsoft outlook/Verizon. I sent a test message to myself and all was well? any ideas? XP

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Step 1:
Try to check the mail using a browser(internet explorer). check whether that domain is under blocked list or not. Click on mail options and go to blocked domain list. check in your mails as well as your sister's mail.
step 2:
You can also check the blocked list in outlook :
click tools menu -> select options -> preferences tab ->click junk mail button-> click blocked senders tab -> check for any domains listed there.

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