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Old 11-04-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
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Question Quirk with Kmail

I'm using Suse 9.3 after emigrating from XP at the start of the week. Everything is working wonderfully except for a quirk with the email.
I am able to receive all emails except for one from a close relative. He has a slightly unusual Email address I suppose, but I wouldn' t think it was that rare. It is (' Is their a spamblocker, or something that could be stopping them.
I don't really think that's it, because I've been to NTLMail and none of his emails are there either. This week he's apparently sent me four. As I've received so many others and nobody else that I would expect email from has failed to manage to have theirs delivered. I'm totally puzzled by this. Has anyone else experienced anything similar?
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