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cannot receive emails from a deteled ruled folder recipient...

Posted on 2014-07-25
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I had a recipient with a rule that would send all his email a ruled folder. I then deleted the folder to restore the recipient back to my inbox, but I never receive any email from him. Any suggestion?
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have you deleted the rule as well as the folder?
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I did the next day and noticed that the email was being received. Sorry!!! It is working now. But thank you for your reply.
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no problem, happens to the best of us :o)
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