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I think I was blocked by a dear friend of mine. If I send him an e-mail and he has blocked me, why the host does not give me a note on it?
I don't think this is fair. The note doesn't need to say. "You're blocked" but at least I should know that my message was "not delivered". I understand people have the right to their privacy. Well, it's correct that "the receiver" won't even know that you have written he or she but I don't think it's fair to the person who wrote the message to have no clue at all. So, you don't have the right to know if the person gets the message, even if this person deletes the message before reading, which you will never know... You will never be able to tell the difference between the actual sending of the message or blocking? The person might be indifferent to you but should the host be indiferent to you?
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