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Strange E-mails


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PuffGussy36

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Lately (last two days or so) my Outlook inbox has been getting flooded with mailer-daemon e-mail to and from addresses I haven't sent anything to. My machine seems to be running fine and right now it is mostly an annoyance but I don't like unexplained phenomenons on my PC. I'm pasting in an example of the kind of e-mails I keep getting. I should aslo mention I'm getting them in Spanish as well (right down to the subject line and message header). What are they and how can I get them to stop? Thank you.

Note: pierredurand.com is my legitimate domain. Any mail sent to the domain gets automatically routed to my verizon.net home account. Is someone spamming from my domain resulting in it bouncing back to my home address?

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