This article provides solutions to delivery problems for your TOAST.net email account. Below are several possible reasons someone may not be able to send you email:
Someone sent me an email and it goes to my Quarantine, Junk Email, or Spam folder.
If you seem to be missing messages, it is a good idea to make sure they are not being filtered. Messages that do not appear in your Inbox may be getting sent to your Quarantine, Junk E-mail, or Spam folder. These folders are viewable by logging into your TOAST.net email account at http://www.toast.net/mail. If this is happening, it means there is some property of the message that makes TOAST.net's Spam Filter believe it is undesirable. This can be easily rectified by adjusting your filtering settings. To learn how to adjust your Spam Filters, click here.
Someone sent me an email and their message was returned to them.
If someone sends an email to your TOAST.net email address and it is returned to them. Normally the contents of the returned message will explain the reason. Common reasons for returned emails include:
- The sender is sending to an incorrectly spelled email address.
- The sender is sending an attachment that is too large.
- The sender's outgoing email server is on a blacklist.
- The sender is forwarding an email that breaks an existing rule set up by their ISP.
- The recipient's mailbox is full.
For a list of error messages contained in returned emails with explanations, please click here.
Someone sent me an email and it's not in my mailbox and the message was not returned to them.
It's possible that a message sent to a TOAST.net mailbox is not delivered to the inbox and it's not in the quarantine, Junk Email, or Spam folder, etc. Also, the sender does not get a returned message or bounce. In this case it is possible that a filter in the TOAST.net mailbox is blocking the message.
SmarterMail's content filtering can be managed by going to Setting - Filtering - Content Filtering in webmail. If you ever blocked a sender in webmail, SmarterMail creates an "Internal Blocked Senders" filter that will simply delete messages for senders. The filter can be edited or deleted with the Edit and Delete buttons.
Article ID: 84, Created: 12/1/2009 at 3:08 PM, Modified: 3/1/2022 at 9:21 AM