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Check your Spam-folder or if the mail gets forwarded to another account. Maybe it's also sorted into another mailbox.
Check also that your collegues have the correct emailaddress
MTA specific reasons: Another possibility is that the mail gets rejected from the mailserver (e.g. due of possible spam), but the user who send the mail usually get notified about it (but sadly not from every mailserver).
If you have your own MTA: If the mailserver don't receive mails, it could be blocked by your network/router. You can check this by telneting to port 25 on the specific machine. Also check if your mailserver is really running (e.g. with "telnet localhost 25"). Sometimes networks are cutted of from sending mails like Dial-in-enduser networks (DUL), setted up to prevent spam.
That are the only reasons why you can't receive mail send to you. The first three possibilities you can check and fix after you identified it.
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You can request that another confirmation email be sent to you. Here is how:
1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click Confirm email address under Notifications
3. Click request a new confirmation number.
4. Check your inbox for an email with the new number.
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