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StalkerJay

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Hi all at geekstogo.com the only place i clean my PC's!! As i have mentioned in previouse posts i work in radio and am the designated "the-computer-is too-slow-fix-it-guy" Lucky me.
Well the problem i am having is in the last month or two we have been getting an influx of 'mail delivery falilure' emails in varring forms and other odd emails we had not been getting before. I guess my question is there and addon for outlook that would allow me to block these? Or is it maybe cookie related? I have run the following Ad-aware-se AVG Anti-Spyware (ewido) and my two favoriets ccleaner and Cleanup! 4.0.

Thanks ahead of time for all your help

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with outlook express you can create a block senders list or message rules

open outlook and click on tools scroll down to messages rules then click on block senders list

look under each tab and decide what you want
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There are others computers on our network that are having the same problem so i am running the software i listed origionaly on them and there are some errors/bad things being found so hopfully that will help.

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have you tried your internet security and see what option it has for junk mail or spam

they usually can filter out junk mail and spam put it in a different folder all together
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Thanks for the idea but unfortunitaly being a News radio station and a request music station we need to be able to get emiles from MANY news and political contacts and individuals requesting music. I have noticed a bit of improvement with the actions i have taken.
would any other computers that access the internet/intranet make a difference in reciving spam even if they don't acess email? say our sales or sports departments who have email, or the intern computer (which is really just a web surfing pc).

Jay

Edited by StalkerJay, 24 October 2006 - 12:28 PM.

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I was wondering if anyone has tried any hardware for the problem i am having? We have a commericial for a Barracuda unit that is soppose to be good, here is there site anyone heard/used one?

http://www.barracudanetworks.com

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