cfmail cc works for some email addresses not others!

i am really frustrated!  here's my code:

<cfmail to="info@wholesalesites.net" cc="craig.elkins@verizon.net" from="4way@4wayst.com" subject="#EmailSubject#" type="html" server="huffamoose.com">
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="3">
<p>#EmailText#</p></font>
</cfmail>

i can't get this to cc to craig.elkins@verizon.net!  i know i'm using the right email address, i've even copied it from the account info. all of my other email addresses work with cfmail just this one is giving me problems!!!!!!!!  help.
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MauseCommented:
It should work but found this on the macromedia site:

http://webforums.macromedia.com/coldfusion/messageview.cfm?catid=7&threadid=422880

Mause
phillystyle123Author Commented:
hi mause, i found the problem - verizon won't accept email if it's not from a valid email address so that's why craig.elkins@verizon.net wasn't working.

thanks for the help though - i'm getting to the other ?s i've posted related to this (cfpop) etc. should have follow ups later today.
anandkpCommented:
I ran this from my PC & it worked perfect

<cfmail to="info@wholesalesites.net" cc="craig.elkins@verizon.net" from="4way@4wayst.com" subject="testing" type="html">
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="3">
<p>hi - from anandkp</p></font>
</cfmail>

PS : sorry abt the mail being sent to respective people above ! - just inform them abt it.

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phillystyle123Author Commented:
thanks anandkp see above author comment - i figured it out :-)
anandkpCommented:
yes  - i realised that ;)
I was probably answering u - while u already figured it out & i hadnt refreshed the page by then so ....

Sorry abt that :(
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