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Is it possible for a person to deliberately cause their e-mail address to be non-existent for a temporary period, but then deliberately fix it to be existent again? I believe this receipient may have been trying to dodge a question that I asked her, but because she works for an organization that wants money, or rather donations, that is why I think she is initiating contact 27 days later. Previously, 27 days ago, I tried replying twice, and I got the same Undeliverable message as I described and indicated above.
She is not asking for money, really. She is more like romancing. I don't really know them in real life other than that I have spoken to them over the phone. They are not a scam though. I have voluntarily donated money to them before. But due to limits on resources, I narrowed down the organizations I donated to from 4 to 1, and although this is a good organization, it is not the organization that I chose to stick with. But since she would contact me every month, it was hard for me to just stop donating. So, instead I asked for her opinion on the following website and told her to be sure she had the volume on her computer on when she checked the website out:
And that's when I got the Undeliverable message a month ago.
I mistyped the website the first time and then corrected it. Did you see the website after I typed it in correctly on the second attempt?
I also don't know if I made it clear that when I asked her opinion on it, the e-mail went through. 3 days later, she said she hadn't seen the website yet, but hoped to have time soon. She said she was busy with something all day on that day and would be out of town on the following day and she also asked me if I had received her invitation to some luncheon of the organization and asked if I thought I would be able to attend. She knows I was afraid of flying though. Anyway, I tried twice to respond and tell her that there was no rush and to take her time, and both times I got the Undeliverable message. That was on September 10th. And a few days ago, she contacted me by regular mail and also by e-mail using her i Phone at 7:30 p.m. when before she always contacted me using her computer during working hours. Is your advice still the same after knowing all of this extra new information?
But it was my e-mail to her that didn't go through and it was her e-mail to me that did go through.That still doesn't make a difference?
Sort of. I am more so confused because the expert named WindowsPCFix (James) didn't tell me a month ago what you are telling me now. WindowsPCFix (James) lied to me and lead me to believe that the e-mail address didn't exist anymore and that the person changed e-mail addresses on me. When I asked him this morning what I am asking you now, he has been Missing In Action ever since. Since you had once answered a question for me previously, that is why I searched for you.
I was also confused because of how coincidental it is that this happened when I asked her a question that possibly should have stopped further contact and because when she did initiate contact again, she is still mentioning nothing about my question. I tried to add this information, but the computer didn't let me because you had already answered the question. Thank you.