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Undeliverable Email, Can it be faked?

By dbrumit ·
I had an email to a tenant that bounced back with the following:

"Failed to deliver to 'username@tmail.com'
LOCAL module(account username@tmail.com) reports:
mail receiving disabled "

(the rest of the details I left off but can give if necessary)

This is the only email to bounce back and I think due to the contents the recipient didn't want to acknowledge reception. Can the user force this email to come back to me by doing something after having read the message?

If anyone knows of a way please let me know as this person has been very evasive and has proven quite crafty and knowledgeable.

Thanks

dbrumit

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by TheChas In reply to Undeliverable Email, Can ...

I suspect that they are using some form of spam management and have your address set as a blocked or malicious sender.

Not much you can do at your end now.

You might check with your lawyer and add a clause to new leases that prohibit tenants from blocking your email address.

Keep in mind that unless local laws state so, email communications do not count as legal notifications for business purposes.

I know it is costly, but a registered letter, or making use of a document serving firm may be your best way to communicate with this person.

Chas

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by dwightp In reply to Undeliverable Email, Can ...

Certain email programs like Incredimail allow the user to "Bounce" the email back with a message like you have mentioned. Have that happened a few times to myself from clients.

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