Mail Delivery Subsystem?

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The mail delivery subsystem is a system that is used to deliver messages to your inbox once they have entered the home domain. If you have errors with your mail delivery subsystem, this may be an indication that there is something wrong with your forwarding settings. You can have an IT specialist look at this.
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What it does is as the name implies: it delivers and receives email to/from other mail servers after getting one from a mail user agent (mua) program or receiving one from another
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It's just the servers way of saying the message to that domain had not been able to deliver the message. Maybe the email you sent was out to too many people, at the same time, to
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A bounced email notice is send by the receiving end, not your end, so there's nothing you can do about it. However, if you get this notification MORE than 5 times, you could always
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The mail delivery process begins at your mailbox, of course. Once your envelope is sealed, addressed and has a stamp upon it, the mail carrier will pick it up, either at your doorstep
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