I've seen this before. Japanese cell phones are picky about what type of mail they can receive, because they don't have support for all languages built in. When a Japanese e-mail server sends mail, it explains that it is Japanese. Some English e-mail servers will claim their mail is English (even if there's only Japanese in it), and since the Japanese cell phones don't recognize the English type (some only do utf-8 and Japanese), they simply won't display the mail and won't even give an error message.Kdar wrote:
For example.. One of my Japanese friend gived her cell phone e-mail.
I was trying to send to her e-mails from my yahoo.com and its didn't worked.
My friend was also trying to send from his e-mail to mine yahoo.com.
But guess what... When I created japanese e-mail. And sended e-mail to my friend. My friend got it and was able to send stuff back.
That not because of "cool factor"... lol
I had to change my hotmail interface to Japanese before my old J-Phone would accept e-mails from it.