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Expect to hear from Customer Service Rep, Linda Ruth. She will get you all set up and will be available 24/7 if case you encounter any glitches! She is Rep # 1791.

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There were a few days in early July where it seemed that all mail went to Spam.

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Look in the Spam folder. A lot of mail goes there if you don't have the sender in your address book.

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Thy probably went to the spam folder. Did you check there? They only stay in the Spam folder for a week. Because airlines send so much mail, those reservations very often go to Spam.

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Rick - i dont have an answer although that's what i'm looking for. It seems as if AOL/HP doesn't want us to make comments when it goes against them. Reminds me of the Crimean vote where you can vote only YES.