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

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Gary
9/12/2010 9:44:45 PM
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Dear all MVP, Could you help me, how to remove header in Email Meeting. everytime I got Meeting Invitation, there is always header like this : When: Monday, November 24, 2003 10:00 AM-10:30 AM (GMT+07:00) Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta. *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Please Your help Regards Darmawan ...

Body of email size
when I receive email with a picture , or email of a flyer from a store thie body of the email is very small. The header is fine. I can't find a way to correct this. any ideas? thank you Do you mean the text is small? What about the body of the email is small? "Michael" <Michael@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:9ADB34FF-62F5-4955-9B35-6F9ED363B1EB@microsoft.com... > when I receive email with a picture , or email of a flyer from a store > thie > body of the email is very small. The header is fine. I can't find a way to > cor...

How to always allow outlook to send email from MYOB automatically.
I always get the message: "A program is trying to send an e-mail message on your behalf. If this is unexpected, click Deny and verify your antivirus software is up-to-date. For more information about e-mail safety and how you might be able to avoid getting this warning, click help." But my antivirus is up-to-date and the help section is useless. When I have to send over 100 emails or more at once, I have to sit there and click on 'allow' every 5 seconds. This is very fustrating. Can anyone help? Tim. MYOB Premier V12.5 Outlook 2007 Tim - MYOB P12.5 ...

How do I restore contacts and emails from a system backup?
I had to re-install Win7 recently due to a mixup in registration. MS was under the impression that my version of Win was not genuine. I am using Genie Timeline for backup purposes, so I have all of the files relating to WLM. Which files do I have to restore and where do I put them in order to recover my contacts and mails? Thank you. Depending upon where you placed your mail stores... you should restore the folder "Windows Live Mail" along with all its subfolders. Typically this is located at: C:\Users\[yourusername]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Live Mail ...

Can Receive email But CAN'T SEND email
The connection to the server has failed. Subject 'Fw: [joycelist2] Almost 2 feet of snow and still have power. Thank you all of Heaven!!', Account: 'nixjud@bellsouth.net', Server: 'smtp.att.yahoo.com', Protocol: SMTP, Port: 25, Secure(SSL): Yes, Socket Error: 10060, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E Have you ever been able to Send using those settings? GranyNix wrote: > The connection to the server has failed. Subject 'Fw: [joycelist2] Almost > 2 > feet of snow and still have power. Thank you all of Heaven!!', Account: > 'nixjud@bellsouth....

Email Router #3
I've got 2 questions today, but the main one is about the email router in 4.0. I'm trying to install the router on the CRM server but I can't get the inbound process working. Outbound is working fine. When I try Test Access the incoming test just hangs for a while then times out. I know this isn't very good information, but my question is, basically, am I ever going to get this to work or should I move the Email Router to the Exchange Server? My second question is about moving the CRM Website. I inadvertently installed it to the default website, but I don't think...

Block IP address / Spam
How can I block email via IP address in MS Outlook 2003? I get about 100 spam's a day from the same IP address. Every email shows a different email address so I can't just block the address. Thanks for your help.... Ken On Wed, 18 May 2005 13:27:01 -1000, ~KC~ <someone@home.com> wrote: > How can I block email via IP address in MS Outlook 2003? I get about 100 > spam's a day from the same IP address. Every email shows a different > email > address so I can't just block the address. > > Thanks for your help.... > Ken You'll need to block ...

SPAM in Excel General Questions
message "help' 1/7/2005 is asking for money (wife left him, etc) Hmm, my wife and kids are still with me and I need money also:-) -- Regards; Rob ------------------------------------------------------------------------ "Carole O" <CaroleO@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:322107A9-1725-4100-B54A-4F48EA2EE231@microsoft.com... > message "help' 1/7/2005 is asking for money (wife left him, etc) ...

Error when sending email in CRM
I am running SBS 2003 and CRM 1.2 on the same server. The following error occurs when I send an email through our CRM web: Error Description: An unexpected error occurred. Error Details: An error occurred attempting to dispatch the email : A SOAP error occurred: '80040154Class not registered ' Error Number: 0x80040216 Any thoughts??? Douglas Have you installed the CRM Exchange router? "DouglasBHahn" <DouglasBHahn@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:20F33E9B-5C03-4B60-B5A7-4D71E70AF9A5@microsoft.com... > I am running SBS 2003 and CRM 1.2 on the ...

Outlook rules and Junk Email filtering
Hello! I have a problem with Outlook 2003 SP3 and the Junk Email folder. I have filtering set to Low, and I get emails from a contact page on a web site that always have the same subject. Sometimes, those messages end up in the Junk Email folder, sometimes they end up in the Inbox. I created a rule that says for any email with that subject, move it to the Inbox and stop processing more rules. The problem is that some of the messages STILL end up in the Junk folder. So, how can I stop the Junk Email filter from moving these messages? Is there some hidden way to make them stay in the In...

Spam still getting through "Safe Lists Only"
Just like the topic says. Unfortunately, someone of spamming me from my own domain. What is "Safe Lists Only" since Outlook doesn't have that natively? What version of Outlook? What 3rd party Add Ins do you have? What type of mail account? "Tony" <Tony@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:C5AE887C-760E-4754-A4F4-E44BBB7F6BE9@microsoft.com... > Just like the topic says. > > Unfortunately, someone of spamming me from my own domain. "Kathleen Orland" <korland@nospamrogers.com> wrote in message news:ez0ZYo$qKH...

Cannot receive email from some overseas clients. Error 4.4.7
Dear reader Our company has been unable to receive email from one of our client's domain. but for other email/domain it worked fine. From the format of the return email/NDR response one of my company's clients (vvs-trading.dk) got, it seems it is issued by Microsoft Exchange. it said it cannot deliver the mail, the error code is 4.4.7 I looked up some documentation i found on the net, 4.4.7 means timeout. our company's domain is aquamategroup.com. we use win2k/exchange 2000. all email sent to us are apparent first sent to messagelabs for filtering for spam/viruses. our ISP...

emails missing when off line...
hu guy's my laptop has outlook 2k and when it's on the server at work i get all my emails bang up to date when i'm at home (and i cannot link in to our server) my emails date up to 22 oct 03 -nothing since.. it's as if there's a different version of outlook from 'on line' to 'off line' as even the layout view is different.. where do they go and how can i get them to be up to date outside the office very confused cheers richard ...

Importing email to Outlook 2002
Hello There, I have emails and contact info in Netscape that I woudl like to import into Outlook. Can anyone help? druberto@isp01.net <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > Hello There, I have emails and contact info in Netscape > that I woudl like to import into Outlook. Can anyone > help? Typically, Outlook Express is used as an intermediary for this. If you are using Netscape V4, import your Netscape Communicator messages into Outlook Express (File>Import>Messages. Select Netscape Communicator) and then export them to Outlook File>Export>Messages....

Deliver new email option
I am trying to make it so that on my Outlook 2003 install I have all new email go to a .PST that I created on a mapped drive. Here r the steps.. - I clicked on the Mail Icon in Control Panel. - Clicked on Data Files - Clicked Add and created a new .PST file - Click Close. - Clicked E-Mail Accounts - Clicked Next - For the "Deliver new email to the following location", I selected the location for the new .PST file. - Click Finish and Close. - Started up Outlook and sent myself a test email from another account. - New email went to the Inbox on the Exchange Server instead of the...

Email/Fax in Contacts
When creating an e-mail and clicking "to:" if you have a fax number in the contact it creates a seperate contact listing in the list. One for E-Mail and one for Fax. I am curious if this is by nature of the program and is it possible to have it only display one contact name with both a fax and email address in the contact. Or is this so that you can choose whether to fax or email the person. Thanks Hi, there is help. http://home.arcor.de/andreas.roeder-privat/Out_Answ.htm#11 And there you click Freeware. After that you install it and all went good. Before you could read th...