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Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 4:05 am
by Newsparta
I recently switched computers after my other one died, so i was unable to transfer Firefight onto my new computer, i e-mailed Sean quite a few times, spaced out a good bit because i dont want to like spam him with e-mails, but is it customary for him to lose e-mails or something, i would have thought that he would have received one of the three ive sent. I dont want to seem rude or anything, im just wondering if hes prone to losing e-mails ect... because i know people that are

Posted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 8:15 pm
by Sean OConnor
I reply to every email I get, but I am about a week behind on emails at the moment. I should catch up tomorrow!

Posted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 6:04 am
by Newsparta
The first e-mail i sent was like 4 months ago, there has to be some kind of miscommunication on my part or something. Considering as you reply to all your e-mails you should have gotten it, and i should have a reply, i even double checked the address, lol it probably got lost somewhere under the Atlantic ocean on its way to you. I don't want to sound like an inconsiderate jerk i'm just confused as to why you haven't received my e-mails, i would really like to play FF again. My e-mail is, maybe you can try sending me an e-mail and see what happens, maybe the address i sent to is wrong, who knows.

Posted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 10:54 pm
by TheKangaroo
4 months is more the magnitude I figured when you said 'spaced out a good bit', but my personal e-mail sometimes doesn't show mails from certain, arbitrary senders (not like there was a system to it). Maybe Sean's server is having a similar error, or - as you said - there happens to be a black hole somewhere in between (there actually are a few in the internet).

Posted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:25 pm
by Newsparta
Sean, would there be any way you could e-mail it through a third party? maybe someone you know in the US that your e-mails make it to, and then have it sent from there to me.

Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2009 3:50 pm
by Newsparta
or maybe through sendspace or something like that?

Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:16 am
by Sean OConnor
I think some of my emails get caught out by spam filters as often I include a URL with a .exe filename in it. I've recently started using TinyURLs which don't have .exe in them and get redirect to the actual download file so hopefully this won't happen in the future.