You've set up your notifications in L2L, but you are not receiving text messages as expected.
If it's been a while since you set up your notifications, you may want to verify the SMS Gateway Address in your notifications to make sure it is accurate. If you've changed service providers, even if you kept your previous mobile phone number, you may want to verify the SMS Gateway Address in your notifications to make sure it is correct.
Wireless providers use a mobile number plus an email domain to route email messages through their SMS gateway.
All major wireless carriers in the United States, and throughout most of the world, offer a Short Message Service (SMS) gateway, a technology 'bridge' that allows one form of communication (email) to conform to the technical requirements of a different form of communication (SMS).
Perhaps the most typical use of the SMS gateway is forwarding email to a mobile device. An email message going through an SMS gateway is limited to 160 characters, so it will likely be broken into several messages (truncated) if it exceeds that limit. As a result, the recipient may receive the message in two or more segments, and not necessarily in the intended order.