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Hi, I have setup our voice mail to send an email containing a transcript and an audio file to 2 email addresses: my wife's AOL email address and my gmail email address. Currently, upon receiving a voice mail my wife receives an email immediately, but my email is delayed for anywhere from 10-12 hours.
Why is this?Thanks.
What happens if you set up a forward to forward the email from your wifes email to yours? Trying to see if it's a Cox>Gmail issue or a any provider>Gmail issue.
Thanks Wider, that's a good troubleshooting idea. I still think it's a Cox > Gmail issue however.
Probably. Do you notice if the email address has any dots, hyphens or special characters? I know Gmail has a hard time with those and/or ignore them. Also, can you email yourself the file sent in the email? Just in case it's a client issue.
I have noticed this as well. It can take over 24 hours for some emails to arrive. I sure wish they would document/explain why this happens, and how to avoid it. I rely on this feature to get phone messages while I am at work, as there is no longer anyone at home to answer, and I can't take the calls at work.