Hmmm... well, there are 2 options:In the meantime, I've forgotten my ZoneEdit password and a password reset request sends it through to my iinet.ne.au email address, which of course never arrives! How can I reset my password?
I can't see why it would be an ISP issue. Does an email arrive when you send directly to your iinet email address?I've spoken to Iinet and they advise they are not blocking email from ZoneEdit. Where do I go from here? Is this Iinet or ZoneEdit?
Same.still no improvement with my email forwarding :-(
I don't use bigpond, but I don't think they're the issue. Please let us know if learn anything from calling them.For au it looks like bigpond have throttled emails from zoneedit in the past. Anyone experiencing this recently?
I'll call them tomorrow but I have important emails I'm not getting and its been 4 days now
The only interjection I can make into this conversation when dealing with email forwarding to Gmail is to ensure you're not testing the mail flow by sending an email FROM your Gmail account to your mailmap, which forwards back to your Gmail account. We will deliver the message to Gmail, who will then Discard it.
firstname.lastname@example.org forwards to email@example.com
If you send a test message FROM firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com - it will not arrive. If anyone else sends you a message, it should come through.
Okay, thanks for clarifying. We rarely have issues delivering to Gmail, and the most common delivery issue/inquiry we receive are from those who try sending an email from the Mailmap's destination address.I have only sent test emails from different email accounts (not the same one that is being forwarded to), and other people have sent emails that have not arrived.
This was going to be my next question to ask. I needed to find your domain/mailmap destination address so we could look at the logs (which I have done now -- waiting on the results).If it helps, my domain is benk.com.au so anything @ benk.com.au should be forwarded to my gmail, but nothing has arrived in at least 4-5 days.
I haven't asked, but are the missing messages in your Gmail Spam folder? Typically, if an email cannot be delivered, a Non-Delivery Response (NDR) is provided to the sender with the reason (after 4 days of attempted delivery). The only alternative would be for Gmail to discard the messages, but that doesn't seem like something they would do without reason.I just had a new test email come through (I suppose ones lost over the last week are gone).