So emails have been fixed for quite a while now; however, they are not being received instantly. This has been an issue since they were fixed, but I figured I'd give it a few days as I thought perhaps things were just getting accustomed. Several months later, though, and this is still going on. It's not consistent, either. It's not like they're always X so and so late, it's completely random. Once in a blue moon, they'll be received instantly. See these screenshots for some examples: I noticed Outlook 2016 seems to have an additional time showing when whatever was done in the top right—I do not recall this being in Windows Live Mail as it just shows the date/time emails are delivered—such as an HP coupon email being delivered at 7:21 AM today, but showing 6:26 AM, but that's not the delivery time, and it's not even perfect, either (notice the minute difference), but that's a hell of a lot better than the actual delivery time. (I'm actually not sure what that's called.) For the delivery time itself, I think it's normal for the email delivery to be one minute later than the time a reply was made if, say, the reply was made at 7:30:55 AM.