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you probably cannot change the font color in e-mails received as the service only gets what is sent ( just like a fax )
however in sending e-mails , open new e-mail message or replying or forwarding existing messages
highlight the word/s or passage/s that you want to change the color of , go to the capital A in the tool bar, click on the drop down arrow then select the color that you want
all of that which was highlighted will now be that selected color
In computer jargon, a
bounced <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/E/e_mail.html">e-mail</a>
is one that never arrives in the recipient's inbox and is sent back, or
bounced back, to the sender with an error message that indicates to the
sender that the e-mail was never successfully transmitted. But what
happens when someone sends an e-mail out into cyberspace, and why do
e-mails sometimes bounce back?<br /> When a <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/U/user.html">user</a> attempts to
send an e-mail, he is telling his e-mail system to look for the <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/D/domain.html">domain</a> of the
recipient (for example, webopedia.com) and the domain's mail <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/S/server.html">server</a>. Once the
e-mail system makes contact with the recipient's mail server, the mail
server looks at the message to determine if it will let the message pass
through the server. If the recipient's server has predetermined that it
is not accepting e-mails from the sender's address (for example, if it
has blocked the address for <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/S/spam.html">anti-spamming</a>
purposes), the server will reject the message and it will subsequently
bounce back to the sender. The message will also bounce back to the
server if the mail server on the recipient's end is busy and cannot
handle the request at that time. When an e-mail is returned to the
sender without being accepted by the recipient's mail server, this is
called a <a href="http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/H/hard_bounce.html">hard
Simple , if they sent an email. Don't replay right way with your information. It can be a phishing site or scammers. First, Go to paypal (MAKE SURE THERE IS A GREEN LOCK ON THE ADDRESS BAR) log in and see if you funds are in order. Second , change your password right away. If you can't access your account , look at the bottom of the page and click contact. Then, on that page choose how you want to handle it. You can e-mail them by clicking E-mail us or call them by clicking call us and it will give you a phone number and code. Do not replay with information to E-mails until you can confirm it is from paypal !
You need to get your mail host involved, and get their opinion. change the access password to your account. If this event happend with Hotmail, they have been being hacked successfully and apparently cannot do much about it.
Hotmail accounts that got hacked also may notice the deletion of the address book..
Also, anyone can put another return address on e-mail, but the clue about your friends may mean your account was hacked. Did all of your friends get mail of this type, then high odds of hack. Change your password.
You need to open outlook,
Click Tools --> Accounts (Sometimes Services)
Highlight the account and click properties or change
Now look at the advanced settings --> there is an option to delete emails from the server which you have to set to stop repeat downloads. Set tis to 5 days as your ISP is set to keep for 4 days.
As you have not set this value each time outlook tries to download any emails left on the server,
You were right to worry. Internet fraud is very common these days.
Unless you participated in some contest by Yahoo, I hardly think Yahoo is giving money to just about anyone. These forms usually promise prizes and eventually ask you for details such as your bank account and credit card number. Be very careful, and do not give anyone your personal details.