On 2/1/07, Alan <acummingsus@...
> The particular email server that sends out the 1st, the original email is
> critical here. Most, if not all of ISP's email servers would not send it out
> due to they'd first verify that the domain must exist before they would allow
> to send out this email.
They'd verify that it existed for *email* service. Using a domain for
email addresses does not require a working website. There's different
DNS for accessing a website and for accessing email service. One is
not required by the other, you don't need a valid url to get and send
email and vice versa, you don't need to be able to get and send email
to have a valid url.
Since there was no bounce on the reply, it seems likely that the email
address is valid and the recipient simply hasn't read email or hasn't
chosen to reply.
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