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If you send an email from Yahoo Mail and don't receive a failed delivery message, the email was delivered to your intended recipient's email system. But that doesn't guarantee the email was opened and/or read.
If you're not getting emails you expect, here are a few things to check. Common solutions Important:
There are a few reasons why you may receive emails that appear not to be addressed to you. You may either be a secondary recipient on this message, or the message is a spam message.
If you received one of these messages, you can easily determine if it's a legitimate Yahoo communication and take action if you did not make the changes. Check that the email is a legitimate Yahoo communication Depending on the information changed, the message text may read: "The following email address [...] was added to your account..."
The message header includes, but is not limited to: the sender, the subject, and the date. The MTA ( mail transport agent or server) received headers indicate the true time stamps. These are only visible when viewing the full headers.
For example, if you sent an email to two contacts and received a single delivery failure notice in response, one of your contacts will have successfully received your message and one will have not. You will be able to determine the contact for which delivery failed by reviewing the contents of the delivery failure notice.
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If you're regularly receiving mail from a certain company or group, you may be on their email list. The easiest and most effective way to stop receiving emails from the company or group is to unsubscribe from their list. Most legitimate emails will have an "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of the email.