5 Causes of E-mail Sent

5 Causes of E-mail Sent but Not Recipient

5 Causes of E-mail Sent :Have you ever sent an e-mail but there was no reply from the recipient. It could  that your e-mail is still being sent but does not reach the e-mail destination. This could be caus by a variety of things. Starting from e-mail recipients that are misspell or marked as spam. To overcome this you can overcome it in various ways. To overcome this, here’s how to deal with e-mails sent but not reaching the recipient.

5 Causes of E-mail Sent but Not Recipient

Invalid e-mail address

The first cause could be the invalid e-mail address you are trying to reach. This happens frequently and is often ignor by users. To work around this issue, make sure that the email address is spell correctly and is valid. You can also contact the recipient by telephone to confirm the spelling and validity of the email address

E-mail goes to the spam

folder E-mail can sometimes  sent to the “spam” folder of recipient accounts without them knowing it. The reason could be that the recipient previously marked your email as “spam” by mistake. So that all future e-mails are redirect to the “spam” folder. To solve problems sending emails to the spam folder, ask the recipient to check their Spam folder.

 

If the email is found there.

They can mark it as “not Spa.” Allowing the message to once again land in the recipient’s Inbox. Email marked as spam by email provider Many e-mail providers have antispam protection built into their e-mail service. Antispam protection tries to detect if an e-mail is spam. And if your message is detected as spam. The system will block it. To overcome false spam detection, ask the recipient to have their e-mail provider or security system whitelist your email address.

Recipient’s e-mail

server blocks e-mail Sometimes messages sent from other e-mail servers may be blocked because suspicious content was found previously sent. Suspicious content can include viruses, malware and links to certain websites. If you think the recipient did not receive your e-mail because the e-mail server blocked them, contact the recipient by telephone or another e-mail account. Coordinate with the recipient to determine if your e-mail server is actually being blocked by the recipient’s e-mail server. If so, the recipient’s email server administrator may agree to review the block, or make an exception.

The recipient does not have time to respond

If you don’t know the recipient or have no other way to contact them to verify that they received the e-mail, they may not have time to respond. Many people, and even some companies, do not respond to every e-mail they receive and instead delete emails that are not interesting or important to them. If you try to contact someone who doesn’t respond via email, try another form of communication, such as a website contact form or social media.

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