Posted 11 April 2012 - 04:49 AM
As the reply above doesn't really help you that much:
1] Find a 100% sure un-infected system, at least another one then you normally use, and change ALL ONLINE PASSWORDS. ALL OF THEM! Even if you did already, DO IT AGAIN! There might be a key-logger (or far worse) on your system, a few scans don't say anything anymore I'm afraid, so do NOT access any of them anymore from the system you are speaking of, for now. Please use strong passwords or pass-phrases ( #1Leave_M3+al0ne! for example), actually one good one for all accounts would do temporarily, as long as the system you type them on is safe.
2] Send all your contacts a short mail, explaining the situation and warning them, also, consider all financial transactions you did online lately... (Paypal / Bank)
3] Read the malware topic and post your log with a thorough explanation (mentioning this topic would be a start) in the right forum, it's all very self-explanatory..
4] GOOD LUCK!
PS: the only way to back-up web-mails I know off is sending them to an account you can access with an email-application and make back-ups from within that. You could copy-paste all webmails-content by hand into .txt files on your HDD, or you could mass send them to another (new / temp) email account, in that case, give mail.com a try...