According to an article in PC Pro, Friends Reunited had as many as 27% of its emails blocked by email providers' mail servers in May. Those messages typically do not even make it to the recipients' spam folders but are blocked at the mail servers instead.
Most Internet Service Providers (ISPs) restrict, redirect, or reject inbound emails to save users the time and hassle of having to deal with spam mail. However, new studies are showing that a number of ISPs are rejecting millions of legitimate email messages every day.
According to Margaret Farmakis, senior director of response consulting for Return Path, "About one in five commercial permission-based emails are being blocked globally, and 15 percent in Europe are blocked because ISPs are treating them as spam."
If you are missing email messages from eogn.com or from any other source, contact the customer service department at your email provider and ask them to stop blocking the messages.
You can read more in PC Pro at: http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/360262/isps-block-millions-of-legitimate-emails
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Of course, you also could always obtain another email address and use it as your secondary email provider. Many people use two or more email addresses. The free email providers, including Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo Mail, never seem to block the EOGN newsletters. You can quickly change your EOGN subscription to send the email messages to your new Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo Mail address.