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*Please* Check Your Spam Filter or Junk Mail Folder

For the love of all that is good, if you email us and don’t receive a response within 24 hours, please, please, please, check your spam filter, junk mail folder, or whatever it is you use to filter out that nasty spam!

We frequently get abusive emails from clients and trial users about not having received any replies to their emails.  We answer EVERY email, so if you don’t get a reply from us it means that the email has been swallowed up somewhere along the line.  Here are the most common causes we have discovered:

  • Spam filters have dumped our email replies in a client’s spam folder, blocked them from getting through, or just plain deleted them.  We have know way of knowing if this has happened until we get a complaint from a client saying we are morons because we haven’t replied to their emails.
  • Emails have been bounced by the client’s email server for some reason, usually because their email Inbox is full.
  • Emails have been bounced by the client’s email server because the server suddenly doesn’t know who they are.  In these cases we usually try to re-send the email and, after 2 or 3 attempts, it often (finally) gets through.
  • The client’s email address has a typo in it and so it doesn’t get delivered to them.

Please remember, unless you’re actually a spammer yourself, we WILL answer your email and typically within 24 hours (or less).  If you don’t receive a reply from us, we are NOT ignoring you.   It means that something has happened to our reply after it has left our mail server.

5 comments… add one

  • Is it possible to print the list of calls from your program (so someone can see who they still have left to call, etc.) if they want paper to hold?
    Thx.

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    • Hi Maureen,

      Yes, there are a range of print options for messages.

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  • How can I check my junk mail??????

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    • It depends on the mail software you are using. If you are using Outlook Express/Windows Mail or Microsoft Outlook, under the Local Folders list on the left there should be a folder named Junk E-mail.

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  • Trying to check my email

    Reply

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