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The reason for blocked emails:

In an effort to cut down on spam, ISP’s implement a number of counter measures, including

Text filters
Spam databases
IP blocking
If your email messages don’t get delivered, most of the time it means you inadvertently got caught in an ISP’s defense system.

What to do?

“Whitelist” the email addresses that you want to receive from. Just like you can say which email addresses you don’t want to get messages from, you can specify a list of email addresses you always want to accept.

In Yahoo or Hotmail you can set up your filters to accept email messages from certain sources regardless of the subject line or content of the message. It takes a little patience to set up, but it pays big dividends by not losing important messages.

With Outlook Express, you can set up message rules to always accept messages from certain senders.

With AOL add those email addresses to your address book “safelist” or “approved senders.” Email AOL tech support for help if you encounter a problem.

If filtering and “white” listing don’t work, then you may need to contact your ISP to sort out the problem. It may take some concerted encouragement to get your ISP’s customer service to take the time to investigate, but it will be worth it.

Also remember that if your mailbox gets full, you are likely to be dropped from the list and have to re-subscribe.

God Bless,

Michael and Christopher Bradley