If at least one recipient receives your outgoing email, then your
Windows Mail is sending normally. Windows Mail does not
discriminate among your recipients. :-)
Some of your recipients may have poorly functioning anti-spam
filters which are catching and disposing your emails. Likewise,
some of your recipients may have a provider who is doing some
aggressive filtering at the server level.
An email sent via webmail will have different header characteristics
than an identical email sent through an SMTP server, so they get
different treatment from spam filters on the receiving end.
One workaround is to set up a free account with Gmail, configure
it for Windows Mail: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/a...y?answer=86383
Then try sending through that account.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"Candie1973" <Candie1973@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:32313CC2-CBD4-4BD5-9ABB-A90C7DEFEC21@xxxxxx
>I have spent all week trying to figure out why some of my emails are not
> rec'd to those i email to. This just started w/ in the last week. There is
> no error message rec'd, it just never reaches the recipient. I have spent
> time w/ three friends and one receives emails, two others dont. we all have
> different isp providers.
> I know the port set up for my ISP provider and it is all correct, as per
> comcasts website. I spent three hours working w/ them on friday to no avail.
> I have removed my antivirus software, sent emails to all three subjects,
> same result. I re-added my antivirus software.... checked one hundred
> different things and still, I cannot get all recipients to receive my emails.
> The emails leave the outgoing mail folder.... there is no error. I have
> logged into my comcast webmail and when I send to the same three people, they
> all rec'd it. So I am afraid it is something w/ in Windows Mail. I do not
> feel comfortable removing windows mail, I have a lot of things I do not want
> to lose.
> If anyone is aware of any vista updates that have occurred that fouled
> things up, please let me know. This last week there were 5 new updates and
> ironically, this is when my problem began.
> Thank you so much for any assistance you can provide.