Re: I don't receive ALL of my emails
You didn't answer my question, are the senders who send mail to you
getting bounce notices?
If webmail can't see any incoming messages either, then it is not
the fault of Windows Mail. The messages are not reaching the mail
server. This implies that there is something wrong with your email address.
Do you have more than one email address, and if so, are all addresses
suffering from the same problem? You may want to open a free Gmail
account, configure it for POP mail, add it to your Windows Mail accounts,
and see how it performs compared to the address you're using now.
"Borack" <Borack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:76453A01-949F-4692-B9DE-859CC25EAF01@microsoft.com...
>I don't have either of those programs. I checked my mail using web mail and
> they were not there either. I'm still having the same problem.
> "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
>> You really haven't given us much we can hang our hat on.
>> All I can suggest is the standard precautions like uninstalling
>> non-compatible antivirus programs (McAfee and Norton).
>> If the senders are not receiving bounce notices, then it must
>> be assumed that the email was delivered to the mailbox on
>> your ISP's mail server. You can use webmail access to look
>> at the emails sitting on the server.
>> Gary VanderMolen
>> "Borack" <Borack@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:E76258DC-A05E-47AE-998E-DF63C01854B2@microsoft.com...
>> >I have sent emails to myself from another computer and have not received all
>> > of them. Some had attatchemnts and some did not. Others have told me that
>> > they sent me things and they did not come through. This is an account that I
>> > had under Outlook that I transfered in. I have checked the junk Mail and the
>> > emails are not there. There does not seem to be any reason why some are
>> > accepted and some are not.