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Mysterious influx of "returned mail"


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#1 SytYoshi

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Posted 26 October 2012 - 12:06 PM

I have been receiving daily notifications of undeliverable mail to email address I have never heard of for the past week. A quick and full scan of Norton Anti-Virus tells me that there are no threats on my computer. The Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (October 2012) and a quick scan of Malwarebytes have also yielded nothing. All of my email is being sent/received through Outlook 2007 and I am running Windows 7.

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#2 Jimbob85

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 07:55 AM

I would suggest that you change your email account password. It sounds to me like your account may have been hacked. Try changing the password, oh and don't forget to make the change in Outlook as well, and let us know if that helps.

If you want to run a scan you could try ESET:

Download

ESET online scanner

Install it

Click on START, it should download the virus definitions
When scan completes, click on LIST of found threats

Export the list to desktop, copy the contents of the text file in your reply
You may not get a listing if nothing is found




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