I have major spam leaking through to my main mailbox AND the bigger problem is that my contacts are receiving spam scams that I did NOT generate. Some are in russian, some english, etc. This is getting annoying. I tried changing my password. Please check this out and HELP!
I get failure notices that are from yahoo. That is why I am confused. It's as if I tried to email someone but I haven't. My contacts are getting mad and refusing to open emails from me.
Any way to fix this so these losers can move on to another victim?
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Re: I have major spam leaking through AND the bigger
When you send these people email and want to connect all at once you shoud have un desclosed recipient.. under that title you will have all their names and use BCC blind carbon copy so you do not spread it to the world and pass that info on when you mail
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There are 3 ways to access your voicemail:
1. Call into the main office and have the receptionist transfer you to your mailbox.
2. Call into the main office and if you hear an Auto Attendant, select #. Then, enter your mailbox number and password.
3. If you know what number your voicemail is tied to, then you just call the number, select #, and then enter your mailbox number and password.
If none of these options work, then whomever programmed it may have turned it off and you may need to contact the tech.
Trash or spam? If you consistently delete messages without reading them, gmail will intuitively regard these as spam and filter them into your spam folder instead of your inbox. To get gmail to stop putting it in your spam folder, select a message using the check box, and click 'not spam' (while in your spam folder). It will send further messages of that type to your inbox (until you delete multiples without reading again).
There are lots of possibilities. Like you had an attachment to large for the receivers mailbox, or the receiver has a mailbox that is full. Most of the time after hours or a day you get a message the mail could not delivered.
Some mail delivery systems put your mail in the spam box of the receiver. If he /she never checks if everything in the spam box is spam, the never discover your mail. And perhaps there could be 100 other reasons.
Outlook was an old program and Microsoft wants you to replace it for the web based version with the same name. Perhaps that version is giving less problems? you also could try Gmail or Yahoo. Most mail is moving towards web based.
please go to the message and enter the spam section. the messages you had blocked from receiving from persons you do not wish to receive havd probably blocked the space. delete the spam messages and your set should receive new messages. check the spam box occassionally
Make sure you are checking your spam or junk mail box as well as your inbox. Also check your filter settings to make sure you don't have them set to "contacts only". If you do, and the sender is not in your contacts (address book) it will put the message in the spam or junk mailbox.
You only get 3 chances to longin before you get locked out of mailbox for 24 hours. If you requested a password or username reminder, check your email and it should be in there. Make sure It did not get put in your spam folder. Otherwise wait 24 hours or contact customer service for the mail provider.
This is not a problem with your PDA, it has to do with the recipient address. I suggest that you contact the recipient and confirm that you have the correct e-mail address, and see if the recipient has a size restriction on their mailbox.
These 'bounce' messages are very common, and can be caused by a number of issues:
- Mailbox has exceeded allotted storage capacity
- E-mail address does not exist
- Domain can not be located
- Mail server cannot be contacted
- Connection to server was lost
- among others.
None of them have anything to do with the configuration of your device.
What Toshiba Voicemail system do you have? Is it a Toshiba or third party voicemail? Depending who setup you voicemail and what version you have. Mailbox 990 is the Intro greeting "thank you for calling xyz company". Mailbox 991 is the main greeting "press 1 for sales press 2 for tech support etc. If you have a toshiba Voicemail. Need to login to 990 and 991 (need to know passwords) Newer versions you can setup just 991 mailbox for both.