Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
My email notifications show they are sent by the same person but it's not the actual person that sent the emails. I'm not sure why. I deleted this person from my list but it continues. How do I correct this problem.?
Posted by Anonymous on
This sounds like a glitch with Facebook. I'd turn off facebook email notifications and then block the person. Let it go a week or so without email notifications before turning them back on. If you're experiencing this issue with facebook notices on a mobile device, it could be you had an unread message or notification from this person and because of a glitch with a beta update, the notifications are stacked with the oldest unread notification coming first. I'd uninstall the facebook app and reinstall with the latest version.
Also clear all related cookies and caches, PC and mobile device, that may have related facebook information.
Posted on Sep 10, 2014
It sounds like someone hacked into the facebook password server and stole passwords. If you think your yahoo email has been compromised I recommend you change your yahoo address and password as well. Try not to give out your personal email account online, but save it for your friends and family, and use an alternate email account for online registrations, etc that you can change if you have problems like this.
Identity theft is a major problem these days, with many people losing information because their computer has been compromised in some way.
It would be worth your while to set a password on the user account on your computer, to make sure no one can log onto your computer as you and use your saved passwords.
Also, go to www.malwarebytes.org and download their free antimalware program and run a full scan of your computer to make sure your system has not been compromised. Fix any problems it finds.
I hope this helps you to resolve this problem. If I've managed to answer your question, please take a moment to kindly rate this post....thanks!
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: OE sending back deleted emails
If you look under the accounts section of OE, you should see something under the servers tab that says 'save copy on server'. Make sure this is unchecked and the system will stop caching deleted mail.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Never respond to any email requesting id or passwords.
MSN/hotmail uses a spam filtering system. You may just need to check the spam/junk mail folder for the missing emails. Spam filters are not perfect and sometimes grab valid email.
If your outgoing messages are being blocked, someone may have reported you as a spammer. You will need to call Microsoft to get id unblocked.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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