Yahoo on my home pc will not load and let me view past e-mails sent (after the first 20--then it says "loading" on the remainder ones) Plus when I select "New" to create a new e-mail to send, it says "LOADING", but it won't let me create a new e-mail.
I used a computer at A&M campus and had no problem viewing or accessing all sent messages and no problem creating a new e-mail to send.
My start up screen says "wireless configuration notification DLL has not been registered"; I am on cable
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Send yourself a Cc to make sure the email got sent.
In the body of the mail ask for a reply, even if they only press Replay (explain why.)
If the address is not valid you should by rights receive a Failure message.
The error may have come from one of your recipients. Your group email may have BEEN sent to everyone else in the group, just not that one recipient, who hasn't retrieved their email since October last year.
Has anyone in the group died? Moved to a different email provider?
there could be a bunch of reasons why the message was not received.
- the email server that received the message has not yet forwarded the email to the recipient. - if the there is an error in sending email from your email to email server of the recipient you should be able to receive a confirmation that there was an error. - the recipient might not properly configure the their email client - you've sent the email to a different address - your email server has not yet forwarded the email to the email server of the recipient
As far as the usage of auxiliary verb + receive is concerned, the first is correct, the others are wrong; the second is particularly ungrammatical. The third has "to receive" in the wrong tense, it should be the infinitive: "receive". When you use the auxiliary verb "do" + verb, the verb is always in the bare infinitive, it is the "do" that changes for tense (did = past).
"I don't have [x]" means that x (a noun phrase) is not in your possession, X cannot be a verb. "I don't have any money", but not "I don't have [done something]".
Compose a new mail. Just type all the email addresses, separated by comma, in the BCC box of the email. A BCC (blind carbon copy; also Bcc) is a copy of an email message sent
to a recipient whose email address does not appear in the message.
The emails will be delivered to all recipients keeping the details of every other recipients as private.
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the address of the recipient you save to your yahoo address is not correct you need to go back to your contact and re set d address, may be mistakenly u added an invited comas or a comas to the address.