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|“||to return e-mail to the sender that is, for whatever reason, undeliverable to its intended destination. There are various reasons why e-mail may be bounced. Examples are an incorrect address, problems with local network facilities, and problems with telecommunications links. Bounced e-mail is often accompanied by an error message describing the reason that it was not delivered.||”|
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