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This reply is based upon my own experience.
First, I suggest you check your junk mail box. Sometimes, stuff ends up there for one reason or another...or no reason at all.
If that doesn't shed any light, contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and advise them of the problem, giving dates and email address(es) of the incoming mail. Sometimes, ISPs don't get along with each other and one will send mail originating from another ISP into the junk or blocked mail box. Should that be the case, tell your ISP in no uncertain terms, that you are paying for this service and that you want the email to be received.
It could also be a case of your ISP setting its spam filters too high, in which case you can ask that they be backed off a notch.
Finally, be absolutely certain that your correspondents do, in fact, have your correct email address. Actually, that should be the first thing you do.
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