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emails being bounced back to sender, rejected or sent to spam

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emails being bounced back to sender, rejected or sent to spam

We are having many emails not delivered to us, some we have received from the sender before and others are new but ones we want to receive.  How do we change our settings or tell Comcast to allow more of the emails into our account?  We are close to canceling the Comcast account and just going to gmail accounts.  It is quite frustrating to hear of emails being bounced back many times.

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Re: emails being bounced back to sender, rejected or sent to spam

When Comcast bounces an email it provides an error message to the sender with the reason wht it was refused. Can you try to get one of the senders to get you a copy of the error message?

Sometimes email is blocked for spamming by that server ( not the domain). Sometimes it can bounce if it contains a URl link or phone number,.

You can call the Security Department too.

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Contact: (888) 565-4329

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