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Send an email to any one of these people and ask them to use the 'Reply' function of their mail program. Specifically ask them to use the generated 'to:' address and not to type in your email address. You want to eliminate 'finger trouble (splelign erorrs)' as a possibility.
If you receive these replies, the problem might be with the senders not typing in your name perfectly. They could also be spelling the domain portion of the address incorrectly. gmail.com is not the same as gmail.net and gmail.us - if those even exist.
Check your spam folder. In gmail, I have never had a problem with real messages going in to the spam folder.I never even look anymore.
At a former employer i had lots of messages flagged as possible SPAM with the word SPAM added to the Subject field of the message.
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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
okay i will send this, and send a copy to [email protected] you must ask hotmail for the password, not here. when you log into hotmail, you put username& password you will see an option "forgot password?" use that option hotmail will send the password to you or let you make up a new password