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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Zeero, Feb 13, 2005.

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  1. Zeero

    Zeero Thread Starter

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    Hi, I am having problems with MS Outlook/XP. Some recipients are not receiving mail from me since I got a new PC and changed ISP. All mail is received no problem, and it's the same people who do not get my emails. Also I have to either type e mail addresses in or select from the address book, whereas on my old PC (outlook express) I just typed the first letter of a "nickname". If their is something I have missed let me know.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Zeero.
     
  2. sle

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    Hi, Zeero. Two things come to mind.

    1. Has your email changed w.your ISP (ie, from [email protected] to [email protected])? If the new ISP (y.com) is something like hotmail.com, many spam filters will automatically block it.
    2. Along the same lines, can you ask one of the non-receiving people to check their spam to see if that is where your email has ended up? That'll help narrow down the problem.
     
  3. Zeero

    Zeero Thread Starter

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    Thanks for your help. Yes my email changed. I use my isp's email ie. @aol.com. I'll try the spam thing and get back .

    Thanks again.
     
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    Ok. (y) If that's the case, some of the emailees can likely ask their IT people to add your email ([email protected] not just @aol.com) to their "whitelist," so the spam filter knows it's not spam anymore.
     
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