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I inadvertently attempted to send
I have not tracked down what taman 2005 said. I would try "recalling" the message.
- Locate the Sent Items folder.
- Open the message that you want to recall or replace.
- Click Actions on the ribbon or menu, and then click Recall This Message.
- Enable the Delete unread copies of this message option to recall the message.
Check your inbox. Did you received a mail subsystem error message? If so, I would encourage you to delete both the message by which you attempted to send the card, delete it from the sent box of your mail account after you try the procedure above. And delete from your inbox any mail failure message related that refers to the term mail subsystem." Reboot. If this does not fix the problem, consider using an alternative email address to send the card.
on Jul 16, 2017
Hallmark Card Studio E-mailed Cards Not Reaching Recipients
How do you know it was not delivered - i.e., did the sender receive a return email notice that it was undeliverable or did the recipient receive anything at all? If it was sent and just disappeared, there may have been a problem with the email address. If an "undeliverable" notice was returned to the sender, there may have been a problem with the recipient's server, email program or virus software.
Outlook has several settings which prevent certain types of emails from being delivered or received. It attempts to block anything that looks like spam. For example, emails with too many attachments, certain types of extensions, large picture files, emails being sent out to too many people at a time, etc. Some of these setting can be changed, but some cannot. You don't say which version of Outlook you are using. If it has not worked when you are sending the card directly from the Hallmark program using Outlook as your default email program, you might try opening Outlook and creating an email from there and attaching the card.
The source of the problem could also be the virus software of the sender or the receiver.
on Oct 27, 2014
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