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When a sender from a particular domain sends me email, i dont receive it, and there arte no bounce backs

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Do you have junk mail settings on the account? If so, add the domain to your white list which says its okay to receive it.

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Not able to receive or send emails. No place on Screen for it!


Hi,
Check your Junk folder
1. Sign in to Outlook.com account.
2. Click on Junk on the left pane.
3. Check to see if the missing mail is in this folder.
4. If you see any messages that should have been delivered to the Inbox, click the Not Junk.
Check your Blocked sender list
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Safe and blocked senders.
4. Click Blocked senders.
5. In the Blocked senders list, select the name or domain (the part of an e-mail address that follows the @ sign, such as outlook.com) that you want to receive emails from.
6. Click << Remove from list.
Add the email address to your Safe senders list
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon .
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Safe and blocked senders.
4. Click Safe Senders.
5. In the text box, type in the email address or domain you'd like to always receive emails from.
6. Click Add to list >>.
Check your Email Rules
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Click Rules for sorting new messages under "Customizing Outlook".
2. Perform one of the actions as per your requirement:
Click Edit next to the rule that you want to edit.
Or
Choose the rule that you want to delete and click Delete.
Note: Not all international characters are supported as filters.
Check your Junk Mail Settings
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options.
3. Under "Preventing junk email", click Filters and reporting.
3. Under "Choose a junk e-mail filter", choose the level of protection that you want, and then click Save. If the Exclusive level was set, all emails will go directly to your Junk folder except for messages from your contacts and email addresses that are in your safe senders, Outlook service announcements, and alerts that you signed for.
4. Click Save.
To go back to your inbox, click Outlook on the top left portion of the screen.
Check your Reply-to address
1. From your Inbox, click the cog icon.
2. Select More Mail Options .
3. Under "Writing email", click Reply-to address.
2. Select the radion button beside Current e-mail address.
3. Click Save.

Thanks.
Hotmail Support

Sep 26, 2013 | hotmail.com

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Bounced email


In computer jargon, a bounced <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/e_mail.html">e-mail</a> is one that never arrives in the recipient's inbox and is sent back, or bounced back, to the sender with an error message that indicates to the sender that the e-mail was never successfully transmitted. But what happens when someone sends an e-mail out into cyberspace, and why do e-mails sometimes bounce back?<br /> When a <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/U/user.html">user</a> attempts to send an e-mail, he is telling his e-mail system to look for the <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/D/domain.html">domain</a> of the recipient (for example, webopedia.com) and the domain's mail <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/S/server.html">server</a>. Once the e-mail system makes contact with the recipient's mail server, the mail server looks at the message to determine if it will let the message pass through the server. If the recipient's server has predetermined that it is not accepting e-mails from the sender's address (for example, if it has blocked the address for <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/S/spam.html">anti-spamming</a> purposes), the server will reject the message and it will subsequently bounce back to the sender. The message will also bounce back to the server if the mail server on the recipient's end is busy and cannot handle the request at that time. When an e-mail is returned to the sender without being accepted by the recipient's mail server, this is called a <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/H/hard_bounce.html">hard bounce</a>.

on Dec 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have contact with a person using @mail.ru. In the beginning mail sent by MAIL(Mac) was suddenly bounced and after a while the problem was without a notice solved. This afternoon I was sending and...


It is common when ISP are updating thier spyware, malware and spam filters certain emails or domains get flagged. There was a lot of Spam that was flowing from .ru domains at one point. It doesn't mean all is bad it's just the filter system as it follows the path of the problem. Because your email address is generic @mail.ru it can be a great use for hiding spam. Its more than likely it will clear once the source of the problem is tracked down. Last point can also be when a mail server is getting work done. It is shut down as upgrades are down. This produces bounced mail as well. Good Luck

Jun 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I want to bounce certain emails back to sender. I tried email washer service, would not work on att.net/yahoo email at all. I want it to say that there is no such email account to those I block


I am affraid, that this is only configurable on mailserver. You can redirect emails from those blocked users to trash, but there is no possibility to send back bounced msg like "account doesn't exist".

Aug 19, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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I'm trying to figure out how to scan a document and send it to email using an IKON (Canon) imagerunner C3220 copier? Is this possible?


The following steps will allow you to send and receive E-mail: 1. Make sure you have all of your TCP/IP information set up (IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS Server (if one), Host Name, and Domain name of your Domain) before you begin.
2. Enter into the Network Settings and Select E-mail/I-Fax.
3. If you are setting this up for SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) to send E-mail and I-Fax, enter the IP address or Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of your mail server in the SMTP Server section. For example: mail_server.organization.company.com. Then enter the email address that will be the default sender in the SMTP Address field.
4. If you use POP3 and want to receive e- imageRUNNER mail and I-Faxes, fill in the IP address or FQDN of your POP3 server and the account added for the imageRUNNER-iR. The password is optional and needs to be entered if set on the e-mail account of the imageRUNNER-iR. Set the POP interval (how often the machine will log in and check for mail).
5. Reboot the device.
* Note - AUTHENTICATION ISSUES -
-If the SMTP mail server requires authentication for sending email, enter Encryption/Authentication login information (SMTP authentication via a username and password).
- For the models that do not support SMTP authentication, the administrator will need to set up a SMTP Relay.

Apr 14, 2010 | Canon imageRUNNER C3220 Color Copier

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Unable to send/rec emails to fellow regular MSN hotmail contact


1. Check if you have an active internet connection
2. Send a test mail yourself and verify you receive the mail
3. sometimes MSN servers may get slowing down... most probably that could be the case... send mail to the other party after an hour
4. Can you send mail to others... I mean other MSN pals, other gmail a/c pals, etc
5. Can you see your friend online on MSN messenger?

Oct 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Everyday I receive emails from YAHOO GROUP stating that I have requested to join HottWebcams187, I have not requested to join thie group and I want to stop receiving these emails. I do I stop these emails?


It would help to know what email service provider you are usung..

First thing is - mark it as spam.. Then in your prfile setting and spam settings you should be able to add that email into a list for - not accepting emails..

Sep 17, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Iphone email - sender address invalid


You need to set the outgoing mail server to one you can send from your iphone, ie the one your network carrier lists as you cannot send email through an AOL server unless you are using an AOL connection

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553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts


ok, this normally happens when the email receiver doesn't exist, however with my past experience with MS Outlook - it doesn't work unless it's set up correctly and specifically - and it's VERY difficult to do just right. I would suggest going with regular Hotmail and AOL accounts, they're free and there's no setup process apart from filling in the form to apply for the account.

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Problems with sending and receiving emails


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?

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