How To Fix Bounced Or Rejected Emails Issue?

“The email account that you are trying to reach…”

If you are getting such kind of error, your recipient’s email address might not work or exist anymore.

  1. You must check for these common mistakes in the email address you’re sending to:
    • Quotation marks ( ” ).
    • Dots at the end of the email address
    • Spaces before or after an email address
    • Spelling errors
  2. Search your email contacts for a different email address the same person are using.

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Other email errors

“Emails flagged as spam” or “Email temporarily rejected”

Why your emails bounced

  • Your email text or links look suspicious.
  • You added a large group of email recipients to “Cc” or “Bcc”

What you can do?

  • Remove links to sites asking for personal information
  • If you’re emailing a large group, create a Google email Group, then email that group
  • Report the issue

“Recipient server did not accept your requests”

Why your email bounced

You’ll see such kind of error message, if Google email isn’t able to connect to the mail server of your email’s massage recipient.

What you can do?

The problem usually resolves quickly without you doing anything. Try sending the massages again later.

If you keep getting the issue:

  • Check if there are any mistakes in the recipient’s email account
  • Contact the email support team of your recipient’s email provider

If you got this error again and again, while emailing someone at your work, school, or other organization, contact your administrator.

How to check the security of your emails?

At whatever point conceivable, Google email safeguards your info by using Transport Layer Security (TLS) to automatically encrypt mails you send or receive.

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Transport Layer Security doesn’t work with messages from some email services.

Check emails you’ve received

  1. On your PC, Log in to Gmail.
  2. Open emails.
  3. In the top left corner of the email, under the sender’s name, check for No TLS.

If you are seeing this icon, the emails you’ve received might not be encrypted. The sender can find out more by contacting their mail service provider.

Check emails you’re sending

  1. On your pc, log in to Gmail.
  2. In the top left corner, click Compose email.
  3. In the “To,” “Cc,” or “Bcc” text field, type recipient’s email address.
  4. On the right of the receiver’s email address, look for No TLS.

If you are seeing this icon, the emails you’re about to send might not be encrypted. Don’t send confidential material in it, like tax forms or any contracts, to that email address.

Unable To Use Gmail Account Due To An Error

If you get an error, when you’re using email, like “Temporary – Error,” or “Oops,” You can fix this issue by following the above steps.

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“No connection Error”

If you are receiving such kind of error on your iPhone or iPad device, try the following steps:

  •  First you should make sure you’re connected to the web.
  • Close this app, and then reopen it.
  • Sign out from the Gmail, and then sign back in.

Resolve “Temporary error”

In case you’re seeing an “Impermanent Error (502)” message when you attempt to sign into Gmail, your mail is incidentally inaccessible. This mistake for the most part leaves rapidly, so have a go at marking in again in almost no time. Despite the fact that you can’t sign in for the occasion, your messages and individual data are as yet sheltered.

“Oops” or other error

If you’re getting any of these kinds’ errors, or a different one that isn’t listed here, try the steps below to fix the Gmail issue:

  • “Bad Request error: Your client has issued a deformed or illegal request”
  • “Oops” (602, 500, 102, 009, 103)