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Old 09-15-2006, 09:14 AM   #1
Richard Waller
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Some of the mail to one of my mailboxes is being bounced. I do not know why this is happening. Or why all the mail is not bounced.

The history is complex; Netlink became VIA and is now Clara. They are all in the upper-class (a.k.a expensive) marketplace. Messages sent from BTconnect go to VIA and then to Clara then forwarded to a company server for my son. The current theory is that one of the servers has been blacklisted because of spam. Do they all have several Email servers?

I am rapidly getting the stage where I will have to move all my affairs to someone else and this will be a right pain, as I have a right dogs-dinner of forms, links and forwarding on both my accounts.

I shall stop now because I hate to see a grown man weep, especially if it is me.

   
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