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Chapter 14. E-Mail > Returned Mail

Returned Mail

Sometimes a message you send cannot be delivered. When this happens, you will receive a message notifying you that your mail has been returned. There are a number of reasons why this could happen. Often, the cause may be temporary problems with your ISP. Or, the host server of the intended recipient may not have been on line when your message arrived. Also, you may have made an error in the intended recipient's address. Should a message be returned to you, read the routing information that appears at the top of the message. Verify that you sent the message to the proper address. If the problem persists, notify your ISP or the person you're trying to send mail to.


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