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Posted on 2014-04-15
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hi experts,

a user send an email to a list of people and I saw my email in that list, however I never got it! anything that can be done to know why i didn't get it or where it went?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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You can look in message tracking to see what Exchange did with the message. That is about your only option.

Simon.
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Brian B earned 250 total points
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Whoever sent the message should also get a notice back if anything wasn't delivered. Are you all in the same domain, or was this sent from someone over the internet?

If it came over the internet, it may have been caught in a spam filter. You might check that was well.
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by:upul007
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first you will need to check the mail server of the user who sent the message out (some systems allow mail to be retracted but if someone opens it before this your email ID would still be on that email but yours would have been pulled).

Are you both on the same network? implying that this is an internal email.
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by:frankbustos
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thanks!
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