Strange. Both .co.uk and .com addresses should go to her standard POP box, which is not hosted on the vigay.com server so isn't subject to my finely tuned and cut-throat spam filters.
I'll double-check her computers, as I know she uses multiple machines to check emails, including WebMail from work etc.
I'll prod her about VRPCMac though because she did mutter something about spending money at the SE Show, so I presume she /did/ receive that one.
Which email address did you send to (you can email me if you like)? The .co.uk or the .com?
Unfortunately, it looks like she didn't receive it, so it's a pity you didn't try an alternative method of contacting her. The feedback form on the website works, as does the email address you've used in the past.
I'm optimistic that Louie's temporary problems have been solved and that future issues will be back on track. I'm liaising directly with the printer at the moment, and I'm pleased to say that RISC OS is now being used 100% from start to finish - although it did involve writing some Postscript pre-processing software for RISC OS. However, now that this application is complete and working, there is no problem in getting Louie's OvationPro files into a format compatible with the final printer.
However, as a final note, I'm very disappointed by "the Drobe newsdesk"'s complete lack of journalistic reporting. The statement that "Louie was unavailable for comment" is a complete lie and illustrates the lack of journalistic ability at the Drobe newsdesk. NO ONE from Drobe even attempted to contact Louie before publishing this story.
However, rather than speculating on Drobe, why don't you all pay the RISC OS Now stand at the SouthEast show a visit, pick up the latest issue and chat to Louie in person.