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Mis-directed e-mail messages

Posted on 2002-05-24
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Have Windows 98, Outlook Express 5 and my ISP is Earthlink. Have about 25 contacts sending me e-mail messages and 24 of them properly arrive in the inbox. The 25th always arrives in the delete box. I searched in message rules and found a rule which could have caused the problem. Deleted it; but problem has not been solved. Incidentally, I am the only recipient that '25' has this trouble with. This behavior has been continuous for over two months now.
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Click on Tools/Message Rules/Blocked Senders List...

It would hazard a guess and say that this contact is on this list. Remove it...

//PF
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