Any time your URL fails to respond when our server attempts to submit the order data to it, we do send you a notification email informing you of that fact. You might compare the time of that email, and/or the order's "Processed by E-j" timestamp in your E-junkie Transaction Log, against whatever logs are available to you at your Web host.
There really isn't any other data at our end that would reveal anything you don't already know -- namely, that our server attempted to contact your URL when it processed the sale, and your server failed to respond at that point in time.
It may not even be anything to do with the servers per se at either end, such as a network routing glitch along the path across the Internet between our respective servers. For that latter reason, a hosting service that has many redundant uplinks to various backbone providers -- so a variety of different, unrelated paths to the host's datacenter are always available -- is preferable to a host that has fewer uplinks, let alone just one big pipe.