Posted 29 April 2009 - 10:58 AM
I am running Outlook 2007 (office 2007) on a PC with OS Windows XP professional. This has been working fine for more than a year, untill now.
It seems as if Outlook is sending messages that I have previously received, both to me and to all the senders and other e-mail adresses in the "copy to". These messages do not appear in the outbox, so I noticed when I started to receive a lots of old e-mails again some days ago. I have also been getting e-mails from people wondering from where they come, and thereby I knew that other people were getting them too. It seems as if there is no sender specified in the message sent to them when other people get them, and maybe no subject.
To verify that the messages are sent from Outlook I have tested to block SMTP traffic in my antivirus software (F-secure). This showed alert messages every time the "send and receive" routine was run in Outlook, and blocked the messages. I have also installed a program called "Email monitor" to find out, and Outlook is actually trying to send those messages (but not showing them in the outbox, or in the sentbox after sending).
I have multiple e-mail accounts configured in Outlook, but this seems to affect all of them.
I have been trying to do virus scans with F-secure and Ad-Aware, but they haven't found anything. I have also run SDFix, but that didn't help.
Can anyone please help me find out what's the matter?
Thanks on beforehand,