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My mail not working on iOS or OS X

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Nov 27, 2012 12:28 PM

Hey all, looking for some help with my email.  I'm going to list the issues in separate lines, because it's a little confusing:


I have had this address for approximately one year.  It's not my primary email address.


I receive Twitter emails to this address approx once a week.


I tried to send a test email from my msn email account and that email does not come through.


I can, however, send a test email from the account (sending and receiving to the same address) and from my gmail account and those emails are received successfully by my account.


My mom sent me several emails from her gmail account and they are not in my inbox or junk file.  Interesting but strange point, I get the audible email notification on my iPhone when she sent an email to that account, but there is no email from her in the inbox.


My wife has sent emails from her msn account and they do not come through.


All of the above applies to my inbox on OS X Mail, the inbox at website and to my iPhone mail.


I deleted the icloud account from my iPhone and reinstalled with no change in behavior.


Also, wierd, strange non-related issue.  All of the emails I receive indicate I receive them an hour later than I actually do (i.e. I'm in Pacific Standard Time zone and emails indicate I am in Mountain Standard Time zone even though my computer's clock is accurate).  This issue only affects the email on the website.


Any help offered would be greatly appreciated.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.5)


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