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Check your "spam", "trash" and "junk" mail folders - especially if it was the first time an email from that address was sent to you. If not found, have the sender check to make sure they did not swap, mix or omit a letter or otherwise send it to the wrong address.
If you don't recieve them, how will you know that the person/people you're trying to email didn't receive them?
Those are a GOOD thing. It means there's something wrong with the address. I would consider going back to snail mail and avoiding e-mail altogether to avoid those notices... because unless you get the email address correct EVERY single time you send an email, there's no way to stop them.. Seriously... you should want to know when something you e-mailed failed. Those notices only mean you have the address wrong.
Dear Geoff, There can be multiple reasons for this. When you reply and error shows up it can be:
a) Your internet speed is slow and your email client has not been able to send your message. b) Check the email address you're sending the email too. Recipient email address can be full. c) Check your email settings to ensure that your outgoing and incoming mail servers are working. d) If you are still facing problems maybe you can make new email address on relatively more user friendly websites like Yahoo, Hotmail or Expedia.com.