SOME email recipients aren't receiving emails i send

we recently changed ISPs, including new public IP addressing.  worked through all of the typical problems, but SOME emails still aren't getting to the intended recipients.  We use MS Outlook 2007 in-house
allgoodusrnamesaretakenAsked:
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pcelbaCommented:
They should check their spam folder, trash folder, and also the spam filter definition and the company or mail server firewall settings (black lists, white lists, etc.). If they switch all above features off then they should receive all emails. (They have to consult the firewall settings with appropriate administrators.)
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allgoodusrnamesaretakenAuthor Commented:
it was apparently the source IP of our emails were being blacklisted on one particular SPAM service!  that has been corrected.

thanks!
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