I received an email before three weeks which informs me that my paper is accepted for publication but some changes must be made.
(The changes are some spacing issues, or "put more references" etc.)
In editorial management system they uploaded a PDF attachment in which I was supposed to find all the details.
The problem is, the PDF contains corrections concerning an article which is not mine!
At the beginning, I uploaded a revised version of the paper with comments referring to the problem, but the editors's response was:
"Your most recent revision failed to address some of the comments on the marked up version of the document I sent you. These minor items should be fixed..."
"For example, some of the things that appeared in the previous revision and were not changed include :page 1;line 7; ..."
"I don't want to repeat the work that I did previously. You still have access to the file. Upon submission of a revised manuscript, please include the LaTeX source..."
Which means that the editor did not even see my comments.
The next day I sent another mail explaining the problem but I did not receive an answer.
After 5 days I sent another mail to the editor's personal account.
(But, no response again)
My revision is due by 2016.08.12.
What should I do?