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I have contact with a person using @mail.ru. In the beginning mail sent by MAIL(Mac) was suddenly bounced and after a while the problem was without a notice solved. This afternoon I was sending and receiving a lot of mails of the same @mail.ru account. Suddenly the mails from @mail.ru were bounced by my provider as spam. Did you hear about this problem. A friend of me has this problem too. Kind regards, Bert Kollerie

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It is common when ISP are updating thier spyware, malware and spam filters certain emails or domains get flagged. There was a lot of Spam that was flowing from .ru domains at one point. It doesn't mean all is bad it's just the filter system as it follows the path of the problem. Because your email address is generic @mail.ru it can be a great use for hiding spam. Its more than likely it will clear once the source of the problem is tracked down. Last point can also be when a mail server is getting work done. It is shut down as upgrades are down. This produces bounced mail as well. Good Luck

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