You should get the ones that are/were automatically still being resent by the senders' mail systems once your accounts came back up. Until your domain was restored, those addresses were unavailable, so there was nowhere for the sent mail to go. On Saturday and Sunday, most of the people who tried to send you email will have received bounce messages. Depending on their mail system, the bounce message may have indicated that the sending software would retry every X hours for a period of Y hours before giving up. Often the Y is 24 or 48 hours. For systems that retry sending, if all of the retries occurred before your account was restored, the sending software will have informed the senders that the email address is unreachable and the bounce is permanent. If they retried after your accounts were restored, you should still get the email. If the bounce was permanent, the sender will have to send the email again for it to reach you.
Didn't quite work that way, i send a test email from a non MDD account before my server got restored, there was no bounce, no retry, just a single terse 'this is not happening my friend'
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