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Re: Mail forwarding very unreliable

PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 8:25 am
by katha
Hi,

may be every gmx/web-User writes united internet (their have a contact-formular) that one deletes the accout, if gmx/web is not working really hard to solve the problem. Other e-mail-providers are existing, it's easy to switch to a competitor.

I have done that already and if united internet is not willing to help (or even does'nt answer) I will delete my accounts there.

Together we are strong! One alone will be helpless.

Re: Mail forwarding very unreliable

PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:31 pm
by kuru
ckern wrote:I have an GMX ProMail account and I have the same problems, started a few months ago.
Some mails got lost, some mails got even rejected, most ones take hours to arrive.
I always thought Spamgourmet's performances had degraded: Today I learned from this thread here that I'm not alone and that it is specific to GMX/web.de customers.
Since I'm a paying customer of GMX, I reported the problem today to GMX's support. I'll let you know what happens.

BTW: In the meantime, I changed the target address from GMX to my mailbox.org address => No problem anymore. Mails arrive instantly.
But I'll see what GMX will tell me ...

I have a GMX free account and I have the same problem.
First I thought it's because of spamgourmet not working, but reading this it seems that it's GMX fault. I was wondering why the messages always ticked down, but I never got a mail - at least most of tthe time.
Sometimes I get all messages delivered to an address, sometimes I get part of them, most of the time I don't get any. When creating a new disposable address most of the time I don't get any mail, sometimes a new address gets one.
I have tried to figure out the problem (usage of underscores, address name length, used domain, number of max mails, etc.), but I don't see anything that would match between the ones I got mails and those I didn't.

Re: Mail forwarding very unreliable

PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2020 1:49 pm
by fgg
Hi,
same problem here.

Solution:
1. I registered a outlook account,
2. entered the outlook account protected address in my SG account
3. auto-collect my outlook email with my gmx account (Sammeldienst)

emails sent to my SG addresses show up after several minutes or even hours, as the gmx mail collection is only triggered from time to time.
You can manually trigger the mail collection by logging in to the gmx web site and checking mail there.
Replying to collected SG mails (with address translation) seems also to work.

Mail forwarding from that outlook account would be much better, but gmx refused forwarded SG mails :-(

Not a nice solution but it seems to work reliably.

Regards