on 25-04-2019 06:00 PM
For the last fortnight certain e-mails on two of my talktalk accounts have not been arriving, even though I know they have definitely been sent. I've tried everything but don't know what to do. Help!
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on 30-04-2019 11:20 AM
on 30-04-2019 10:06 AM
Hi LindaK, I'll have to get a fault ticket raised for you. Do you have a mobile and if you do please add it to your community profile so that I can get this sorted for you.
on 29-04-2019 11:29 PM
Hello again, I can confirm now that although at the weekend my e-mails both with and without attachments started coming through again from the addresses I told you about, they are now no longer doing so and the problem has definitely not been fixed. Can you please continue to investigate what is going wrong?
on 29-04-2019 09:34 AM
No, they're not. Actually I thought you had fixed the problem, as on Friday I asked one of the senders to put through e-mails to me both with and without attachments, and they all came through okay. Having said that though, a further message sending me something via Dropbox only arrived in my Outlook address and not to either of my TalkTalk ones.
on 29-04-2019 06:48 AM
Are the senders getting TT-*** error messages telling them that the mail has been rejected?
on 26-04-2019 03:00 PM
Ok, then I need you to check the mail filters you have set and make sure they're not blocked and that you've not got your own email address in the list.
on 26-04-2019 02:26 PM
on 26-04-2019 01:50 PM
Hi, One of the messages that was sent to me on Tuesday had an xlsx attachment that was 63kb in size. That and one of the other addresses I have given you have also in the last couple of days sent me messages without attachments and they haven't come through either. I asked for one of the messages with an attachment to be sent to me again at my two TalkTalk addresses plus my new one on Outlook, but it only came through on the latter.
on 26-04-2019 11:59 AM
on 26-04-2019 11:23 AM
You'll be astounded how big a simple word doc can be once the mail headers and footers etc have been added to it.
on 26-04-2019 10:26 AM
Yes, e-mails without attachments seem to be getting through, although of course I wouldn't necessarily know if something had been sent unless I was expecting it, so I can't be certain. My Outlook address is very new and as yet nothing without an attachment has been sent from any of those addresses.
I'm afraid I haven't kept the other e-mails and attachments so I can't tell you the size, but I'm sure it wouldn't have been as large as 12MB.Mostly they're doc, docx and xls.
on 26-04-2019 09:56 AM
TalkTalk will now pick this up and investigate.
I take it that emails without attachments from the sender(s) do get through ok and from your new Outlook address? So, it's just identifying what it is about the attachments that is causing the failure.
What does Outlook indicate about the email message size? Is it over 12MB with the attachments?
What file types are included in the attachments? doc, docx, pdf, xls, xlsm, xlsx or others?
on 26-04-2019 09:37 AM
I've checked my Spam and Trash folders and nothing has gone in there, and I haven't set any filter rules although I'm afraid I don't know where to check that.
No, the senders haven't received any bounceback error messages.
It is several senders but there is a common link as they are all connected with one organisation, and it looks as if the messages that are being rejected are all ones with attachments rather than just simple messages. I am on the Board of a local theatre and all the attachments are minutes or financial figures that I need for meetings, so it's rather important that I receive them. In desperation I set up a new account for myself on Outlook, and although the messages are turning up on there okay, when I forward them to my TalkTalk accounts they don't arrive.
All relevant addresses now added to my Personal Profile.
Can I please stress that this has only been happening for the last fortnight or so - prior to that I had no problems at all, even though I have been receiving messages from this organisation for years.
on 25-04-2019 08:20 PM
Taking things step by step, sign in to TalkTalk Webmail and check the Spam and Trash folders. Do you know how to check if you've got any Filter Rules set to block, discard or divert the incoming emails?
Have you asked the sender or senders if they get a bounceback error message and what that error message is?
You say "certain emails"...is this a single sender? or several? Is the email from a bulk emailer like a newsletter sender or marketing emails either of which might be blocked as spam?
Please ensure your Community Profile Personal Information (Click here) includes your name, address, current TalkTalk landline 'phone number and an alternate number (mobile recommended). Add, then scroll down and add your two talktalk email addresses in Private notes and then the senders' email addresses and then save changes.