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Getting these weird mailer daemons on Yahoo Mail


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wynnyelle

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I don't want to switch my account, because that's the email everyone I know knows me by and how I'm signed up for a lot of forums and things.

But I get a tonne of spam and also these weird mailer daemons, you know the kind that gets sent when your email didn't go through? I wouldn't normally care except they're fail notifications sent to me for things I didn't send.
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This happens a lot to me with them using my e-mail in the 'from' section. Particularly with Orange- Wanadoo addresses. Fact of life I think. Certainly a problem with address where you can put anything in front of the @ sign
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I'm worried someone hacked into my account or something.
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I wouldn't think so which ISP are you using or are you using such as Hotmail ?
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I'm using yahoo mail.
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Yes of course I had a senior moment. If it persist then you could consider starting a new e-mail address of even opening a Google mail one. With Google mail you can set it to down load straight to Outlook or Outlook Express
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