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My return e address is changed upon reaching recipients.


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geraw

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All the recipient has to do is add the missing 'a' to windstream and send it, I receive the mail then.


Removed is my email address, "a" is omitted from windstream when received by other users. Isp says the problem is not caused on their end. I send email to them and they claim it comes in correctly and they say they do a "reply" on their browser and I get their mail. I ensure that others have myaddress correct in their address book and contact list. Below is an example of interaction I get from email traffic I do receive, I do not get return email now without this occuring.
Problem first occured after going to a new high speed ISP server from a dial up, different company.

Have sent mail to myself and the return address is correct.
I use MS Office Outlook 2003 and some recipients also have the same, in below case he has express. I have windows xp sp2. Thanks for any help on this mind bender. Rich


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Hi Richard


I tried to 'reply' with browser function, with this message to your last email but it kept getting rejected - sent to Removed
Then I found this email address for you from earlier - please let me know that you have received it or I will have to resort to mailing you.

Ray

Here it is again.
For some reason my Outlook Express says your email is coming from
Removed when your address is Removed Strange

Ray

Edited by don77, 10 November 2006 - 07:18 PM.

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first thing i advise, you edit your initial post and omit the actual email address, because of web crawlers which will harvest the account and then God's knows what re spam email or worse


Good spot and great advise

Done :whistling:
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Thank you Lord_Shaitan and don77 for the edit on e address. Will have to decipher the Office update.

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