poss spam emails

My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in China 
and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are sending 
them from his computer.
I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to 
download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it 
altogether?
Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
Thank you 

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9/10/2010 5:19:39 PM
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Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated =
analysis.
I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.

If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked =
Senders.
If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).

Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
------------------------------------------------------

"Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...

My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in =
China
and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are =
sending
them from his computer.
I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
altogether?
Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
Thank you=20

0
Gary
9/10/2010 5:33:05 PM
Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly different; 
emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my son; they 
have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and while I 
could block these I would also block out any that did come from him.
He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his hotmail 
account and his supanet account.
I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails but I 
do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
Thanks again.



"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message 
news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated 
> analysis.
> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>
> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked Senders.
> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>
> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Stewart"  wrote in message 
> news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>
> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in 
> China
> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are 
> sending
> them from his computer.
> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
> altogether?
> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
> Thank you 

0
Stewart
9/11/2010 6:21:57 PM
Is your Hotmail account in Windows Live Mail set up using the HTTP =
protocol
or the POP protocol? With the former, filtering can only be done at the =
server,
with some minimal user blocking options. With the POP protocol you can =
use
all of Windows Live Mail's message rules, such as filtering on specific =
words
in the Subject line or message body.

Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
------------------------------------------------------

"Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:eCer54dULHA.2104@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...

Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly different;
emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my son; =
they
have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and while I
could block these I would also block out any that did come from him.
He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his hotmail
account and his supanet account.
I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails =
but I
do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
Thanks again.



"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated =
analysis.
> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>
> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked =
Senders.
> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>
> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>
> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in =
China
> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are =
sending
> them from his computer.
> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
> altogether?
> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
> Thank you=20

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Gary
9/11/2010 7:42:34 PM
Thanks again; my server is the post office and I understand they use POP for 
incoming mail.



"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message 
news:uPXF6leULHA.784@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Is your Hotmail account in Windows Live Mail set up using the HTTP 
> protocol
> or the POP protocol? With the former, filtering can only be done at the 
> server,
> with some minimal user blocking options. With the POP protocol you can use
> all of Windows Live Mail's message rules, such as filtering on specific 
> words
> in the Subject line or message body.
>
> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Stewart"  wrote in message news:eCer54dULHA.2104@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
>
> Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly different;
> emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my son; 
> they
> have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and while I
> could block these I would also block out any that did come from him.
> He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his hotmail
> account and his supanet account.
> I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails but 
> I
> do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
> Thanks again.
>
>
>
> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
> news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated 
>> analysis.
>> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>>
>> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked 
>> Senders.
>> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
>> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>>
>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> "Stewart"  wrote in message 
>> news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>>
>> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in 
>> China
>> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are 
>> sending
>> them from his computer.
>> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
>> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
>> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
>> altogether?
>> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
>> Thank you
> 
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Stewart
9/11/2010 7:56:36 PM
It's weird that you would get spam from your son's email address. It is more 
common to have your own address in the from lime, or some random or fake 
address. This strongly suggests that his account, or computer has been 
compromised. I'm guessing that others who were in his address book are 
having an experience like yours. He should change his Hotmail password, and 
scan his PC for infections,

In the mean time, you might want to mark the errant emails as spam/junk from 
Hotmail's web interface... hopefully Hotmail would learn to distinguish 
between the fake and legitimate mailings. By the way... if you move to 
California, you'll be able to bring legal action against imposters such as 
this one...

"Stewart" <anyone@supanet.com> wrote in message 
news:eCer54dULHA.2104@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly different; 
> emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my son; 
> they have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and 
> while I could block these I would also block out any that did come from 
> him.
> He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his hotmail 
> account and his supanet account.
> I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails but 
> I do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
> Thanks again.
>
>
>
> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message 
> news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated 
>> analysis.
>> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>>
>> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked 
>> Senders.
>> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
>> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>>
>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> "Stewart"  wrote in message 
>> news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>>
>> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in 
>> China
>> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are 
>> sending
>> them from his computer.
>> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
>> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
>> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
>> altogether?
>> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
>> Thank you
> 

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Magnus
9/11/2010 7:57:21 PM
> It's weird that you would get spam from your son's email address.


Not really.   E.g. the IP address he has may have been used by a spammer or 
the range of IP addresses temporarily blacklisted, etc.   The same thing 
happens sometimes to my brother's messages to our mother.   It can show up 
in the headers where the undesirable tagging starts, e.g. the routing the 
messages take can make a difference too.


FYI

Robert Aldwinckle
--- 

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Robert
9/12/2010 12:19:55 AM
It is not at all clear to me what "my server is the post office" means.
I asked which protocol. You find that out by going to Tools, Accounts,
select that account, Properties, Servers.  Look for a line near the top
of that screen that says "My incoming server is a ______ server."

Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
------------------------------------------------------

"Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:OO3UyteULHA.5716@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...

Thanks again; my server is the post office and I understand they use POP =
for
incoming mail.


"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
news:uPXF6leULHA.784@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Is your Hotmail account in Windows Live Mail set up using the HTTP =
protocol
> or the POP protocol? With the former, filtering can only be done at =
the server,
> with some minimal user blocking options. With the POP protocol you can =
use
> all of Windows Live Mail's message rules, such as filtering on =
specific words
> in the Subject line or message body.
>
> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:eCer54dULHA.2104@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
>
> Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly =
different;
> emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my son; =
they
> have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and while =
I
> could block these I would also block out any that did come from him.
> He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his =
hotmail
> account and his supanet account.
> I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails =
but I
> do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
> Thanks again.
>
>
>
> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
> news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated =
analysis.
>> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>>
>> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked =
Senders.
>> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
>> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>>
>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> "Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>>
>> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company =
in China
>> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are =
sending
>> them from his computer.
>> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
>> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
>> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
>> altogether?
>> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
>> Thank you
>=20

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Gary
9/12/2010 3:22:03 AM
Sorry Gary but I am making no progress.  I can find tools etc as you say in 
my Outlook 2007 mail account but in WLM and Hotmail I cannot find any 
reference to "tools, accounts etc,".  If I go into tools there I can only 
find a reference to contacts.
I know that my server works with POP3 and SMTP.
I now have Hotmail. WLM and Outlook  delivering my son's emails (supposed as 
well as genuine) into the junk folder and that should be safe enough.
Thanks again for all the help.



"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message 
news:eO7cqmiULHA.5432@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> It is not at all clear to me what "my server is the post office" means.
> I asked which protocol. You find that out by going to Tools, Accounts,
> select that account, Properties, Servers.  Look for a line near the top
> of that screen that says "My incoming server is a ______ server."
>
> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Stewart"  wrote in message news:OO3UyteULHA.5716@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>
> Thanks again; my server is the post office and I understand they use POP 
> for
> incoming mail.
>
>
> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
> news:uPXF6leULHA.784@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Is your Hotmail account in Windows Live Mail set up using the HTTP 
>> protocol
>> or the POP protocol? With the former, filtering can only be done at the 
>> server,
>> with some minimal user blocking options. With the POP protocol you can 
>> use
>> all of Windows Live Mail's message rules, such as filtering on specific 
>> words
>> in the Subject line or message body.
>>
>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> "Stewart"  wrote in message news:eCer54dULHA.2104@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
>>
>> Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly different;
>> emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my son; 
>> they
>> have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and while I
>> could block these I would also block out any that did come from him.
>> He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his hotmail
>> account and his supanet account.
>> I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails but 
>> I
>> do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
>> Thanks again.
>>
>>
>>
>> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
>> news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>>> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very sophisticated 
>>> analysis.
>>> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>>>
>>> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked 
>>> Senders.
>>> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
>>> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>>>
>>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> "Stewart"  wrote in message 
>>> news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>>>
>>> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company in 
>>> China
>>> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are 
>>> sending
>>> them from his computer.
>>> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
>>> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
>>> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
>>> altogether?
>>> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
>>> Thank you
>>
> 
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Stewart
9/12/2010 11:13:31 AM
My response applied only to Windows Live Mail. If you don't see the
menu bar (which has Tools on it) press the Alt key first.
You can also use the Menus shortcut to select a permanent display
of the menu bar (at the loss of some screen real estate).

Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
------------------------------------------------------

"Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:#aR$IumULHA.4132@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...

Sorry Gary but I am making no progress.  I can find tools etc as you say =
in
my Outlook 2007 mail account but in WLM and Hotmail I cannot find any
reference to "tools, accounts etc,".  If I go into tools there I can =
only
find a reference to contacts.
I know that my server works with POP3 and SMTP.
I now have Hotmail. WLM and Outlook  delivering my son's emails =
(supposed as
well as genuine) into the junk folder and that should be safe enough.
Thanks again for all the help.



"Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
news:eO7cqmiULHA.5432@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> It is not at all clear to me what "my server is the post office" =
means.
> I asked which protocol. You find that out by going to Tools, Accounts,
> select that account, Properties, Servers.  Look for a line near the =
top
> of that screen that says "My incoming server is a ______ server."
>
> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
> ------------------------------------------------------
>
> "Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:OO3UyteULHA.5716@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>
> Thanks again; my server is the post office and I understand they use =
POP for
> incoming mail.
>
>
> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
> news:uPXF6leULHA.784@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>> Is your Hotmail account in Windows Live Mail set up using the HTTP =
protocol
>> or the POP protocol? With the former, filtering can only be done at =
the server,
>> with some minimal user blocking options. With the POP protocol you =
can use
>> all of Windows Live Mail's message rules, such as filtering on =
specific words
>> in the Subject line or message body.
>>
>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> "Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:eCer54dULHA.2104@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
>>
>> Thank you Gary , he can do that OK but my problem is slightly =
different;
>> emails are coming in (they get marked as spam) supposedly from my =
son; they
>> have his correct email address, lets say <son@hotmail.co.uk> and =
while I
>> could block these I would also block out any that did come from him.
>> He had this same problem about 4 years ago and changed both his =
hotmail
>> account and his supanet account.
>> I can pick up the string of letters that identify the incoming emails =
but I
>> do not think that WLM or hotmail allow me to use these for blocking.
>> Thanks again.
>>
>>
>>
>> "Gary VanderMolen" <gary@NoMail.invalid> wrote in message
>> news:eZJQ54QULHA.456@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>>> Tracing the true source of a spam email requires a very =
sophisticated analysis.
>>> I delegate that chore to SpamCop: http://spamcop.net.
>>>
>>> If the From address is always the same, you can add it to Blocked =
Senders.
>>> If not, find some other aspect that those emails have in common, the
>>> create a message rule (Tools, Message Rules, Mail...).
>>>
>>> Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
>>> ------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> "Stewart"  wrote in message =
news:61B931D4-8C7D-40B0-B194-3DF62FBD333F@microsoft.com...
>>>
>>> My son and I have been getting quite a lot of emails from a company =
in China
>>> and they seem to be using his name but I do not think that they are =
sending
>>> them from his computer.
>>> I tried to find the source of the messages and get this:-  Unable to
>>> download GetMessageSource.aspx from sn130w.sntl30.mail.live.com
>>> Does anyone know how to trace this and then get our ISPs to stop it
>>> altogether?
>>> Maybe hotmail or live mail should be stopping it.
>>> Thank you
>>
>=20

0
Gary
9/12/2010 9:44:45 PM
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I have just started using Outlook as my mail / contacts / diary client and have hit a problem. For some reason it is only displaying incomin e-mails as plain text. My previous clients had no probs showing th more complex ones (?HTML) with pictures and flashy bits. Now all i just plain. I have scoured the options menus to see if something ha been switched off; I have set the outgoing text format to HTML; but al to no avail. Even the smileys I send come back simply as hyperlink when people reply. I should have mentioned that the version is Outlook 2002 (Office XP). Any ideas anyone ----------...

In the Community: Spam
Is there a way to mark spam postings or send a note to an administrator. Thx jokobe That would be the button to the right of the "Reply to this message" button. The one marked "Report Abuse." jokobe wrote: >Is there a way to mark spam postings or send a note to an administrator. > >Thx > >jokobe -- There's ALWAYS more than one way to skin a cat! Answers/posts based on Access 2000/2003 Message posted via AccessMonster.com http://www.accessmonster.com/Uwe/Forums.aspx/access-formscoding/200803/1 Hi Linq thanks for the quick answer - I should ha...

Most effective/accurate spam program for Outlook 2002
Hello all, I'm trying to figure out the best way to stop all the spam. Like most people that haven't come up with an effective spam blocker, I receive way too many spam emails to deal with and I need to figure a way to stop the madness. I have Outlook XP (2002) and my operating system is XP Home. I know this is a subjective question, but what is the best spam blocker you guys use (that only cuts down on the "spam"). Free would be great, but I'd be willing to pay (within reason) to have this problem taken care of once and for all. I recently used Qurb and it cut down th...

email database
I had a sbs 2003 and exchange 2003 service pack 2. The email application is installed on C drive. Now the c drive space had 2.5 gb left. I needed to move the email database over to the d partition which had 40gb of free space. Can I just go to the system manager -> frist storage group -> mailbox store right click properties and click on database tab. Under exchange database do a browse and point it to d drive. Do I have to give it a name priv1.edb on d drive. What other gotchas if any after moving the database. I welcome any comments suggestions. Thanks a bunch for your response ...

Can't modify email account in Exchange 2007
First, some background: We have SBS 2008 w/SP2 installed, our Exchange 2007 is at SP1. This is a new server which we had a 3rd party migrate from our old SBS 2003 server. Things were running fine, but the Exchange services would not start automatically on reboot. After researching, I found an MS knowledgebase article which included a "Fix it for me" for this problem. After running it, the Exchange System Attendant service will not start, with a message saying "It has been removed or marked for deletion." Exchange seems to be running with no problems thoug...

Outlook 2000: Moving my current email and contacts
I have bought a new computer and want to transfer all my contacts and emails to that new computer without doing a laplink type of software. Look here for all the information you need on backup and restoration of Outlook data: http://www.slipstick.com/config/backup.htm -- Jocelyn Fiorello MVP - Outlook *** Replies sent to my e-mail address will probably not be answered -- please reply only to the newsgroup to preserve the message thread. *** In news:0b2601c3942f$37ee6550$a001280a@phx.gbl, edombrow@bellsouth.net wrote: > I have bought a new computer and want to transfer all my > ...

Interoffice email
I have Exchange 2003 set up on SBS 2003. Email has been working fine, but I have a feeling that interoffice email is not distributed properly. I think it goes out of our domain and then comes back in whereas I am assuming it should be delivered immediately as opposed to internet email. How can I check this and what should I do to correct it? Also, I notice that most of the time anyone sends an email, it stays in the Outbox for awhile before sending immediately. It will send eventually or imediately when you click on any other folder within Outlook....very strange. Any help with these i...

HYPERLINKS NOT WORKING IN EMAIL
Hi, I just created a publisher document and i have hyperlinks taking the reader to different pages within the document. It works when im editing the document, but does not work when it is sent as an e-mail. Any suggestions? Thank you "Ihtar1" <Ihtar1@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote > Hi, > I just created a publisher document and i have hyperlinks taking the reader > to different pages within the document. It works when im editing the > document, but does not work when it is sent as an e-mail. Any suggestions? You would very likely have a lot higher pro...

SENDING EMAILS TO A SPECIFIC RECIPIENT
Hi, I have Outlook 2003 and I have 4 POP3 accounts. For few recipients I want to send emails only trough a specific POP3 account. I try always to remember and choose account manually but were few times I failed and email was sent trough default POP3 account. Can I create a rule (or there is any plug-in) that will change account to a specific one for few recipients? For example I have following email accounts: wse@gmail.com (Default) test@cotse.net user@privacy.net and for next user: auto877@hush.ai I want emails to be sent only trough user@privacy.net account. Can I create a rule (or...

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Spam Solutions?
I am using Norton's Mail Security for Exchange with the Premium Spam add on installed to fight the enormous amount of Spam we recieve. Although it catches a lot of it, recently there has been a bunch of spam still making it thru. Are there any built in actions I can use to helpl combat the problem? I am using Exchange 2003 built into SBS 2003. Thanks for any help! In news:%23RO5CnT7GHA.4404@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl, RGA <blahATblahDOTblah> typed: > I am using Norton's Mail Security for Exchange with the Premium Spam > add on installed to fight the enormous amount of Spa...

when did i read an email???
is there a way to findout when I read a particular email. I know I can view the header to see when it was sent/received. Is there anyway to learn when (date/time) of when I actually click on it and (changed it to read)????? This is huge, I really hope that someone can help me. (Microsoft Outlook) _Bigred Hi! It is easy: in the messages list, click to the flag twice (flag will red after the first click, and flag will "complete" after second click). After that, in the message view you'll see below the "From" and above the "To" field: ===== Follow up C...

email failure!!
Can't send reply messages on craigslist. How do you normally send emails, via webmail? If so, who is your mail = service provider? Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail) ------------------------------------------------------ "Jojo" wrote in message = news:5EC1863E-59BF-4C68-85BB-0AA131965204@microsoft.com... Can't send reply messages on craigslist.=20 "Jojo" <Jojo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:5EC1863E-59BF-4C68-85BB-0AA131965204@microsoft.com... > Can't send reply messages on craigslist. ...

Emails not being delivered
Hi, I have a weird problem. When I try to send emails from outlook, I get the "email sent" notification and the mail moves from the outbox to the sent items folder. The email is however not delivered to the recipient. When I tried sending a test message from the email account setup page, that email was sent correctly. I use outlook XP and have 2 other email accounts configured. These email accounts work fine. Any ideas? Email me at vsastry@gmx.net. Thanks, Vinay Do you get any error messages when sending? If not, can you turn on diagnostic logging (see http://support....