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I need help in receiving Church email

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I need help in receiving Church email

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before March 2012 I recv'd the church newsletter every month. It ttl 10 to 12 pages. Starting in march I did not rec it. This month the church said it was the size of the newsletter about 8 pages is why i didn't rec it. Where is the problem?
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    Tigger_Two

    Ask the person who sends the newsletter to re-add you to the distribution list. You may have simply fallen off.

    If you have a second email addy, ask then to add it. If you get the newsletter twice, just delete one. Otherwise, it may help you to trace the problem.

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    HAL 9000 Moderator

    Is if the Poster doesn't clear their Server Mailbox regularly. If their ISP's Mail Box is close to full it will not accept a incoming E Mail that pushes the Mail Box over the Limit which with most ISP's is 10 Meg.

    So I suppose here the question that needs asking is how often is the Incoming E Mail collected from the ISP? If that is the case here the poster needs to collect their mail more often.

    Col

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    AnsuGisalas

    Check your spam filter. If the newsletter has been delivered to spam, and this has not been discovered, then it will likely continue to be delivered to spam. Find a copy of it in there and mark it as "not spam", that fixes it.

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    Tigger_Two

    Ask the person who sends the newsletter to re-add you to the distribution list. You may have simply fallen off.

    If you have a second email addy, ask then to add it. If you get the newsletter twice, just delete one. Otherwise, it may help you to trace the problem.

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    HAL 9000 Moderator

    Is if the Poster doesn't clear their Server Mailbox regularly. If their ISP's Mail Box is close to full it will not accept a incoming E Mail that pushes the Mail Box over the Limit which with most ISP's is 10 Meg.

    So I suppose here the question that needs asking is how often is the Incoming E Mail collected from the ISP? If that is the case here the poster needs to collect their mail more often.

    Col

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    AnsuGisalas

    Check your spam filter. If the newsletter has been delivered to spam, and this has not been discovered, then it will likely continue to be delivered to spam. Find a copy of it in there and mark it as "not spam", that fixes it.