I hope this is the correct place to post this. I wouldn't have do so but its a problem that recurs on a random basis so I'd like to get it figured out.
Periodically I get mail returned and so far it seems to be just for two email addressed, one is hotmail and one is msn --
Is there something I'm doing wrong? I haven't been getting mail returned from any other mail services.
Why is this happening? Is there something I can change?
I'm really annoyed today because I can't tell which of my emails was rejected, as I had several to this address. I would just resend it but I can't figure out which email it was.
The same message are usually to other email services as well to which it goes through like gmail or yahoo, etc. I can't tell if this one did because I don't know which message it was. This is probably some technical thing that shouldn't concern me but as it happens periodically I'd like to find out if I could.
There is an attachment with the rejected email which when opened reads (there are two identical ones except for the actual address info so I'm only listing one) as follows:
Final-Recipient: rfc822; @hotmail.com
Diagnostic-Code: X-AOL-Outbound-OMS-Interface; delivery temporarily suspended:
lost connection with mx3.hotmail.com[ ] while sending RCPT TO
When this has happened before if I recall correctly it was for different reasons, I think one said something about spam detection but I'm not sure. Anyway..
I appreciate any insight you can give me. There's been a lot of talk lately about government spying into our mail, etc. There was nothing in my email that would be of interest that I know of. Maybe I'm just getting paranoid.
here's the total message (for privacy I removed the actual email address and the address in the brackets:
*** ATTENTION ***
Your e-mail is being returned to you because there was a problem with its
delivery. The reason your mail is being returned to you is listed in the
section labeled: "----- The delivery status notification errors -----".
The line beginning with "Diagnostic-Code:" describes the specific reason
your e-mail could not be delivered. The following lines contains the
RFC822 header of the original email message.
Please direct further questions regarding this message to your e-mail
----- The delivery status notification errors -----
<@msn.com>: delivery temporarily suspended: lost connection with
mx1.hotmail.com while sending RCPT TO
<@hotmail.com>: delivery temporarily suspended: lost connection
with mx3.hotmail.com while sending RCPT TO
Edited by JayJax, 09 January 2014 - 09:03 AM.