So what is it meant by "Normal POP3"?? I have my share of virus problems with my POP3 accounts... Anyway I'm glad to hear that at least one mail system (gmail) may be regarded as somewhat reliable against spam.


Bernd Blaauw escribió:

I assume you mean you are receiving lots of emails with viruses attached, which is not really a "virus outbreak", but merely spam which is normal. Or do you mean the actual Hotmail system has been hit by a virus?

Something has to send mails with the attachment.. Anyway, looks like a purge occurred, as now it's 195 mails instead of 1200+ in my "unwanted email" folder in my webmail. Normal POP3 and Gmail accounts seem to stay completely clean, no trouble whatsoever.


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