Re: Not receiving emails
On 4/19/18, Francisco M Neto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 2018-04-19 at 11:07 -0400, Cindy-Sue Causey wrote:
>> On 4/19/18, Francisco M Neto <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > Yeah, being subscribed is not an issue. I have verified that myself
>> > more
>> > than
>> > once. In fact my earlier message appeared in the list archives, so
>> > that's
>> > working fine.
>> > What I don't understand is why I haven't received any emails from the
>> > list.
>> > At
>> > first I considered it could be a problem with my Evolution setup, but
>> > verified
>> > with gmail's web client and messages were not arriving at all. For some
>> > reason,
>> > these responses have arrived without a problem.
>> > I _know_ something was wrong because despite being a bit slow on traffic
>> > for
>> > the
>> > past few days I have seen emails show in in archive but not in my
>> > inbox.
>> > As it turns out, Dan Purgert's assertion was correct, and I found the
>> > lost
>> > messages in gmail's spam folder. Which is odd since I have never had
>> > this
>> > kind
>> > of issue before... my guess is the way gmail handles unsubscription
>> > messages
>> > may
>> > have caused this behavior.
>> > Anyway, it seems to be OK now. Thanks for the replies.
>> I keep finding one particular user's emails in there the last couple
>> weeks. In the past, I've found others.
>> It will occur in spurts. I just keep digging them out. Maybe one
>> user's emails are triggering Gmail to mark all that way in your
>> particular case. Seems odd.. :)
> My best guess is really Gmail's handling of subscriptions. When I mark a
> as spam it also asks me if I want it to try and unsubscribe from it. Maybe
> related to that behavior somehow.
Oh, ok, I hear what you're saying now. I don't have that capability so
I didn't know it exists. I'm on dialup. I'm using the really old
version that they almost canned for poverty level users like me a few
years ago. I'll shut up now. It also helps make a ton of sense about
more than a few threads that never made sense in the past. #ThankYou
for that! :)
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