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Anyway of knowing if someone has blocked my hotmail email address?

Little Munchkin Avatar
4y, 5m agoPosted 4 years, 5 months ago
Had a huge row with someone by email the other day. He gets sulky after a row and likes to block. I wanted to email and apologise but figured I could be blocked. Is there anyway of knowing with hotmail? Does it send an undeliverable reply to you if you're blocked or does it disappear into oblivion and i'll be none the wiser whether or not he received it?
Little Munchkin Avatar
4y, 5m agoPosted 4 years, 5 months ago
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#1
You will get a cannot be delivered from postmaster reply.
#2
oh cool at least i'll know whether he gets my apology or not thanks
#3
if he doesn't, then it's his own fault for sulking isn't it?
#4
true but if I think he's had my apology and still doesn't speak then i'm likely to shout at him some more :)
banned#5
why not appologise face to face? just a thought, gawd knows what we did before internet

Edited By: sassie on Apr 18, 2012 10:37
#6
I can't apologise face to face I won't be seeing him and as the argument was by email makes sense to apologise by email
#7
No I havent blocked you (this time)
#8
Its an email. you cant block an email only have sender redirect straight to junk mail.

of course you can apologise face to face, just because you broke us in a virtual fight doesnt mean you cant make up in reality.
1 Like #9
Some people need to get out more..!!!
1 Like #10
A huge row by e-mail.
What has the world come to?
#11
If you can't meet, go old school and send a letter. Or send a text, those are unblockable.
#12
MadeDixonsCry
If you can't meet, go old school and send a letter. Or send a text, those are unblockable.
i did think a text but it would be too long. Nothing worse than making someone's phone beep continously for 5 mins with msgs when they're already annoyed with you lol but yes if I can't find out whether or not he has blocked me as a sender on hotmail then I guess I could write him a letter.

Doing it face to face isn't an option, we won't be seeing each other again. He lives far enough away that a special trip to apologise isn't going to happen besides he hates people turning up unannounced and given that we've argued he wouldn't be pleased to see me lol would probably just cause another argument. I'm only apologising because I said something in the heat of the moment that I really shouldn't have done and now i've cooled done i'm sorry i've said it. I'm not trying to reconcile and see him again, I just want to apologise for what i've said. Lol it was a simple question about whether i can find out if hes blocked me as a sender on hotmail not a request for your opinion on whether or not we should argue by email.
1 Like #13
Little Munchkin
MadeDixonsCry
If you can't meet, go old school and send a letter. Or send a text, those are unblockable.
i did think a text but it would be too long. Nothing worse than making someone's phone beep continously for 5 mins with msgs when they're already annoyed with you lol but yes if I can't find out whether or not he has blocked me as a sender on hotmail then I guess I could write him a letter.

Doing it face to face isn't an option, we won't be seeing each other again. He lives far enough away that a special trip to apologise isn't going to happen besides he hates people turning up unannounced and given that we've argued he wouldn't be pleased to see me lol would probably just cause another argument. I'm only apologising because I said something in the heat of the moment that I really shouldn't have done and now i've cooled done i'm sorry i've said it. I'm not trying to reconcile and see him again, I just want to apologise for what i've said. Lol it was a simple question about whether i can find out if hes blocked me as a sender on hotmail not a request for your opinion on whether or not we should argue by email.

Seeing someone else :(
#14
Little Munchkin
MadeDixonsCry
If you can't meet, go old school and send a letter. Or send a text, those are unblockable.

i did think a text but it would be too long. Nothing worse than making someone's phone beep continously for 5 mins with msgs when they're already annoyed with you lol but yes if I can't find out whether or not he has blocked me as a sender on hotmail then I guess I could write him a letter.

Doing it face to face isn't an option, we won't be seeing each other again. He lives far enough away that a special trip to apologise isn't going to happen besides he hates people turning up unannounced and given that we've argued he wouldn't be pleased to see me lol would probably just cause another argument. I'm only apologising because I said something in the heat of the moment that I really shouldn't have done and now i've cooled done i'm sorry i've said it. I'm not trying to reconcile and see him again, I just want to apologise for what i've said. Lol it was a simple question about whether i can find out if hes blocked me as a sender on hotmail not a request for your opinion on whether or not we should argue by email.


So you met someone on HUKD for sexy time and had a row over which was better a ps3 or an xbox?
#15
Mikethemanc
Little Munchkin
MadeDixonsCry
If you can't meet, go old school and send a letter. Or send a text, those are unblockable.
i did think a text but it would be too long. Nothing worse than making someone's phone beep continously for 5 mins with msgs when they're already annoyed with you lol but yes if I can't find out whether or not he has blocked me as a sender on hotmail then I guess I could write him a letter.

Doing it face to face isn't an option, we won't be seeing each other again. He lives far enough away that a special trip to apologise isn't going to happen besides he hates people turning up unannounced and given that we've argued he wouldn't be pleased to see me lol would probably just cause another argument. I'm only apologising because I said something in the heat of the moment that I really shouldn't have done and now i've cooled done i'm sorry i've said it. I'm not trying to reconcile and see him again, I just want to apologise for what i've said. Lol it was a simple question about whether i can find out if hes blocked me as a sender on hotmail not a request for your opinion on whether or not we should argue by email.

Seeing someone else :(

lol he probably was but no he was just weird. He's seeing someone else now though so no turning up unannounced :)
1 Like #16
Little Munchkin
Lol it was a simple question about whether i can find out if hes blocked me as a sender on hotmail not a request for your opinion on whether or not we should argue by email.

Don't give us your life story then you plum.
#17
Come on then let us know what happened..... Details damnit :)
#18
Does it really matter?? Don't let it bother you. Everyone says stuff in the heat of an argument, that's life, Just forget about it and move on, and be happy <3
#19
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#20
Sparkles2012
Does it really matter?? Don't let it bother you. Everyone says stuff in the heat of an argument, that's life, Just forget about it and move on, and be happy &lt;3

Probably doesn't matter to be fair. It was 4 months ago.
#21
Does it really matter?? Don't let it bother you. Everyone says stuff in the heat of an argument, that's life, Just forget about it and move on, and be happy &lt;3
banned 1 Like #22
thesaint
A huge row by e-mail.
What has the world come to?

Whats it got to do with you???

Taken to PM
#23
churchill
thesaint
A huge row by e-mail.
What has the world come to?

Whats it got to do with you???

Taken to PM

WOW, thats harsh! lol
#24
If someone wants to apologise wether it be by email,text, letter or phone ,people should have the good grace at least to acknowledge the apology even if they can't forgive the reasons.!
2 Likes #25
mattdan8789
If someone wants to apologise wether it be by email,text, letter or phone ,people should have the good grace at least to acknowledge the apology even if they can't forgive the reasons.!

Good, have the decency to let the 18 month old threads retire gracefully then.
#26
mattdan8789
If someone wants to apologise wether it be by email,text, letter or phone ,people should have the good grace at least to acknowledge the apology even if they can't forgive the reasons.!

Became a member to respond to an old thread of no significance? You must be busy.
1 Like #27
Alfonse
mattdan8789
If someone wants to apologise wether it be by email,text, letter or phone ,people should have the good grace at least to acknowledge the apology even if they can't forgive the reasons.!


Good, have the decency to let the 18 month old threads retire gracefully then.

agreed, i'm going to put him on ignore so he cant apologise - that'll teach him

Edited By: brilly on Mar 31, 2014 12:19

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