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COST? This is a very vague question. That all depends on the type and severity of the email. If you are unable to receive emails for a long time, something serious is happening and you need to contact your Internet Provider or the e-mail service you are using.
There are several things which could be affecting your email:
There's a problem with your email account
If you're not using it already try accessing your email online and send yourself some test messages. If these all work the issue may be with your email software or device.
An issue with your email software or device
If you can log into your account, but can't send or receive emails, your email server settings may have been changed, so you'll need to check these. See our step-by-step guides on the set-up process, which includes incoming & outgoing server settings.
A large email is being sent
Large email attachments can cause your mailbox to lock, but it will unlock itself within 20 minutes. If the problem keeps happening, try deleting any emails over 3MB.
Your email account is full
Log in to your online email access. Then try deleting any emails you don't need - particularly those with large attachments.
If you use a mail client (eg Outlook) and find that the mailbox on the server fills up, the client can be set to stop a copy of emails being left on the server, or reducing the amount of time they are stored. To do this in Outlook 2007 or 2010:
In the Tools menu (or File tab in 2010), click Account Settings.
Under Name, select the POP3 e-mail account that you want to change, and then click Change.
Click More Settings.
Click the Advanced tab, and then under Delivery, remove the tick from the Leave a copy of messages on the server check box.
Are you able to send emails but not receive?
If you can send email but cannot receive email, there are several likely causes to investigate. These include email quota issues, your DNS settings and your email client settings. If your cPanel has exceeded its disk quota, this can also prevent you from receiving email.
If your incoming email used to work and suddenly stopped working, the issue is probably one of the following:
Assuming you are both are competent at using emails generally...
Lots of different reasons:
1. Their email is marked as Junk by your Outlook: look in Junk Folder.
2. Their email or domain (ISP) is blocked by your provider. Ask your provider about their blocking policy
3. The contact may not know your correct email address: Send them an email that they can reply to.
Could be several reasons, but start by contacting your email provider / Internet service provider and maybe have them reset your password. Also ask if they have webmail and get the correct login details - that way you can use that to send and receive emails while you sort out what is causing your problem on the laptop.
One solution might be to download a different email client like EMclient that is free and easy to use.
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Hi, It is a bug with the mail contacts. If you were to send to someone not on your contact list, I expect it would send okay. But seeing as you want to send to that particular person, save the document and send it as an attachment via Hotmail or whatever email account you have.
Yahoo is still having some problems at the moment. Suggested cures
range from Update Adobe Flash Player and Java script to clear IE7
cache, cookies, and browsing history. Different things seem to work for
different people. It's causing attachments to not show, 999 errors
where it won't let you do a particular action and some people cannot
send receive delete or move mail. It's not just Vista either it's
happening to some of us on XP. If all else fails go back to classic
mail via this link. http://us.mg1.mail.yahoo.com/dc/optout?s... click yes when asked do you want to opt out. Hope this helps.RICHARDM69
This particular account is trying to relay. Having worked for an ISP before most people do not allow this. Have you EVER been able to send to this person from this same account that you are using?? Chance are no and the reason you can send to someone else is because there account is fine. Can you send an email to yourself or another email that you may have?