My download speed has suddenly changed from 46/47 Mbs average (NBN50) to 21/22 Mbs (currently testing around midday). No changes to hardware, software or modem connections since NBN installed and it has always been totally consistent at 46/47 Mbs day and night from when I upgraded to NBN50. It seems more than a coincidence that my download speed has suddenly dropped and I cannot send emails (question posted earlier) from my email client (Outlook Express) since 1st January. I should have put into my question about emails the error message I received. "Your email message was unable to be sent because your mail server rejected the message". I also receive a Norton Message 554 5.7.1 [TPG - S02][00438x2N022245] Message rejected as it appears to be spam. Contact your Post Master Team. This is on all emails I try to send right now - since 1st January and identical to the errors back in July last year. There must be the same, or similar, problem on your mail server as in July, which you fixed and all was well again.
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Since the 1st of January I've been unable to send emails (Windows XP SP3 - Outlook Express) although receiving emails seems fine as I've been receiving the emails I generally expect to receive. I had the same problem back in July 2019 when TPG had a problem with your mail server. When you fixed that my email system was back to normal working order. At all other times my Outlook Express just works. Is there currently a problem with TPG's mail server again ?
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