If it was that critical that someone get the files, why not Fed Ex or hand deliver them? I never leave anything that important in the hands of email.<br><br><br><br>CreativeGuy: For your "fix" of design software tips, tricks & commentary.
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Ah, and there's the rub. <br><br>This situation completely blind sided me. The situation developed very quickly that I hadn't had time to prepare for. My interactions with this other party was shaky at best. <br><br>It's a bit complex and I can't publish some of the details, but using anything other than the pre-established email address was not an option. I know, but that was a condition of this interaction.<br><br>I found myself painted in a corner between a rock and a hard place, between the Devil and the deep blue sea, etc... and t seconds mattered. <br><br>The upshot is that gmail being down this one time was an utter disaster. <br><br>Not once have I ever had this happen before, and of course, these things happen, but the timing uncanny and very bad.<br><br>
So...couldn't you just tell them that gmail was down for you and that you could send from another account?<br><br>And is your gmail your only pre-established email? <br><br>I have a gmail account and 3 email accounts provided by my ISP. I think I would use that over gmail any time something critical was due....of course I would do like the others and FedEX them a backup letter.<br><br>
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