Question about Dell PowerEdge 2600 Server
Somehow someone got into my computer and sent out "ads" in my name - and now my address book has vanished.
Your PC has been taken over by a VIRUS (or, more likley, you have ROOT KIT / TROJAN installed and you are now part of some criminal 'Bot Net').
I assume you know nothing about Internet Security, so I recommend you either get someone who does (to 'disinfect' your PC) or remove your hard drive and throw it away ....
1) FIRST thing to do is make sure your ROUTER has a bulit in FIREWALL = a lot of the 'free' ones don't ... and install a SECOND Firewall on the PC (ZoneAlarm or similar) ... and DON'T turn off your Firewalls so you can play games or download movies (get someone who knows to 'open' ONLY the 'ports' needed)
2) Only use an an Operating System that Microsoft supports for decent security .. Windows XP or Vista .. and always download and install the Microsoft 'patches' every week (better, use Windows Update) ..
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
Well your question is not clear. Someone has deleted you address book. Are you on a domain. Address book for your Exchange server
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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