Godaddy.com appears to have implemented a temporary rate limit on profile e-mail messages from the U.S. Courts. As a result, any domain that uses godaddy for their e-mail hosting might not receive all of the e-mail messages sent from the U.S. Courts.
The Administrative Office (AO) postmaster contacted godaddy about the issue and is waiting to get it resolved.
We expect the resolution to take three to five days. If Godaddy.com is your e-mail host, the Court encourages you to monitor your CM/ECF activity reports (Utilities -> View Your Transaction Log and Reports -> Activity in My Cases) for the next 3 to 5 days to ensure that you are receiving all electronic notices from the Court.