Delivery Status Notification (Failure)‏

7 replies
Found 26th Jan 2010
Posted something about this a couple of months back and was told it was spam.

Just deleted 15 of these e-mails like the one below saying I have failed to send an e-mail that I really havent even tried to.

From: [email protected]mail.hotmail.com
Sent: 26 January 2010 16:47:46

This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Delivery to the following recipients failed.

[email protected]aol.com
[email protected]aol.com



--Forwarded Message Attachment--
From: [email protected]*******.co.uk
To:
Subject: FW:
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 16:47:25 +0000

Heya,how are you doing recently ? I would like to introduce you a very good company which i knew.Their website is waioem.com .They can offer you all kinds of electronical products which you need like laptops ,gps ,TV LCD,cell phones,ps3,MP3/4,motorcycles etc........Please take some time to have a check ,there must be somethings you 'd like to purchase .
Their contact email: [email protected]oemother.com. MSN: [email protected]hotmail.com
Hope you have a good mood in shopping from their company !
Regards
h

Had 15 of these notification emails telling me Ive failed to send the above emails to certain addresses. Ive had replies off places like Jackpot Joy saying they will get back to me in next 24 hours, I didn't even send them anything yet it says I have.

Confused as hell. Anyone else had same probs?

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Try changing your password

Check your out of office settings as you will probably find the message in there.

Log into your hotmail account. Go to options and select send automated vacation replies. If there is any text delete it and select dont send replies option.

Yes I have had a few I just mark them as Junk don't know how they got my email address or people in my contacts. :roll:

I've had ones supposedly off my daughter but when opened it was a chinese spammer. My son reckons it's something to do with MSN.

You need to check your system for a virus, sounds like you could have a bot sending messages from your machine. Also using a different machine, change all your email account passwords.

These kind of spams are very common.

I had this and it was something to do with malware...I removed it and had no further problem
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