For the last two months, I have been receiving only "some" of my e-mails. Lot's are coming through, but others are not, even from people who we received them from in the past. Any ideas?
Do you notice anything in common with the emails you receive and don't receive?
What is your junk-mail setting currently set to?
Are you using an email program? Or just Webmail?
I too have the same issue. The reports were included in my McAfee Spam filter. McAfee told me it is most likely a DNS issue and to contact my ISP. I run SBS with Exchange and DNS. My DNS points to 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. The DNS server will not resolve the forwarders to 18.104.22.168/135! What could be causing this?
changing the Exchange send connector / smart host to the proper spam filter DNS names solved this for me.
If I had any idea what you were talking about I might try that too. Can you explain in 'for dummies' language?
If you don't know what they are talking about, it won't apply to you
I run SBS with Exchange and DNS
Small Business Server Exchange is one of Microsoft's email servers
I'm just checking in to see if this is still happening. If you have noticed this continue, can you please answer the following questions:
1) How do you access your email primarily? Is this through Webmail, or an email program such as Windows Mail, Outlook or Outlook Express, etc.?
2) Do you access your email from multiple computers? (There is the possibility that emails are being deleted from the server if you have multiple computers set up to get your emails.)
3) Are there any emails being sent to you from a certain email address that you do not get altogether? (it is possible that emails from a certain sender are being filtered.)
As suggested already, it is also possible that the content of certain emails is being filtered as junk email. You can change how Webmail handles suspected junk email by following these steps:
1) Sign in to Webmail
2) Click Preferences > Spam
3) Change "When receiving spam" to "Label message as spam and keep in inbox"
4) Click Save
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