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This would be the most cost effective way for spammers to get the lists they can use to target victims, according to the included profiles! ODPi 2.0's available, but questions persist Gone in 70 seconds: Linux can be owned by holding Enter key If you can chdir you can hack CA's Unified Infrastructure Manager Security bods opened up my emails this morning and had one spam and nothing else, i normaly have atleast 10 genuine emails first thing in the morning…. However, I sent a new one and it went straight away but still the old one is sitting in the outbox. Source

The change of email platform meant that some emails (e.g. James Shaw November 16, 2015 at 8:04 pm No Spam on my e-mail that I am aware of, as have not been able to get on! Delboy October 15, 2015 at 9:46 am Some of my emails are not getting through but all spam emails get through try to report to spam and nothing happens its crap UPDATE 3:55pm Virgin claims to have made a change "which should stop this mail coming through" and we're waiting to see if that helps, although some have reported that it doesn't. http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Email/Problems-sending-Blueyonder-emails/m-p/3070260

Darren November 9, 2015 at 12:10 pm ive just "repaired" a machine that appeared to be sending phishing mails from a virgin mail account ,virgin customer support are advising customers that Don't click OK yet, instead click advanced.When clicking advanced we see the followingAdvancedIf SSL is not ticked tick it for both incoming and outgoing servers. They just don't seem to be sending from Outlook. Am tearing my hair out!

  • How do I block them from contacting me again and prevent simililar emails getting through.
  • Virgin Media’s community forums are full of threads on the spoofing/malicious spam issue (examples: "Recieved about 20 of these, has my e-mail or system been hacked, virus, what's going on?" here;
  • But the end result was there was nothing they could do and I will have to keep putting the spam into my spam folder and it will go away!!
  • portz October 4, 2015 at 6:48 am ok…things are still not right.
  • To get roung the problem in Outlook is to set up a rule (file /manage rules & alerts/ email rules) and apply the rule to check senders address and put specific
  • Reply 0 Kudos ravenstar68 Superuser 11.36K 545 3.44K Registered: ‎01-11-2009 Message 4 of 19 (2,154 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: Problems sending Blueyonder emails Post options Mark as New Bookmark

ray bell October 1, 2015 at 4:10 pm I've been with Virgin for a few years now, and for the past year I've put up sub-standard and unreliable broadband, rubbish Gmail-hybrid US election first battle in new age of cyberwarfare You've been hacked. bouncebacks) that Gmail would have delivered to a customer’s junk box became visible in customers' inboxes, a Virgin Media PR representative added. And when I've done that I'll then cancel my Virgin broadband subscription.

I reported it to Virgin & they said they were inundated with people in the same situation. The Internet is a melting-pot of threats, which mutate as quickly as security companies do their best to stop them. Call centre staff are telling aggrieved punters to run various security checks on their computers and to change passwords, actions that don’t really tackle the problem, according to activist customers. “This https://my.virginmedia.com/my-apps/email/mailbox No need to post the information here. ________________________________________Only use Helpful answer if your problems been solved.

There should be an error message indicating what went wrong.Ravenstar68 ________________________________________Only use Helpful answer if your problems been solved. There are several people posting on their who report that they send out legitimate (opt-in) emails to people and these are getting bounced back in their thousands. The only way all these lists could have become available is - commercially, meaning our details and data usage were sold by our suppliers to "marketeer companies"! Andy October 10, 2015 at 10:44 am A lot of this spam is coming from Returnable Packaging 20 Roche Bros Way Easton MA.

There's always more you can do National Cyber Security Centre to shift UK to 'active' defence You call it 'hacking.' I call it 'investigation' Sponsored links Sign up to The Register great post to read I cannot escape the view that there is a commercial benefit somewhere down the line. Rob H February 3, 2016 at 5:59 pm We have lost connection to our web site and e mail . Spoke to Virgin and the truth of the matter is they don't know how or when they're going to be able to fix it.

VERY POOR PLANNING!!! this contact form More from Virgin Media Community Get help and tips from other members in the Virgin Media community. Steve October 2, 2015 at 11:59 am It's getting ridiculous now - I really hope Virgin take note of the pain this is causing. Tweet Tags: Virgin Media Related Articles: » Virgin Media Expand Ultrafast Broadband to 22,000 Premises in Carlisle » Virgin Media UK Unveils New 4G Mobile Plans and Prices » Virgin Media

Do Virgin care - not at all. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by email All Replies ravenstar68 Superuser 11.36K 545 3.44K Registered: ‎01-11-2009 Message 2 of 19 (2,177 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: Problems sending Can anyone please help. have a peek here Neil October 2, 2015 at 9:15 am Out of interest, I thought with email spammers and such like there were blacklists where they were blocked?

Their customer service is a joke too. Double click the Triangle to bring up the Send Receive status box. Really shabby, and not like them, they are normally really good with this type of thing.

I have deleted all contacts from my address book hopeing it will stop.

They have not rectified this problem and the forum is full of people who are having this problem. Anyone here got any other ideas I can try? Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Post a question Virgin Media Community : Broadband : Email : Problems sending Blueyonder emails Reply Topic options Subscribe to RSS Feed s nichols October 4, 2015 at 8:55 pm still loads of rubbish coming through sick of it.

The email is still stuck in my outbox. Further problem is that the messages disappear when I highlight them and hit the spam icon, only to reappear about a minute later. I am receiving an avalanche of unsolicited emails for PPI, "free £500 vouchers" allegedly from Tesco and endless lifestyle survey emails. Check This Out It has gotten worse since yesterday as I now have multiple emails of the same junk.

Peter October 9, 2015 at 8:53 am After a few days respite the spam has started to return, as per Andy above. It doesn't matter if I set up filters - they are ignored! In particular your outgoing settings. Can I Get Help?

I am now getting sick of their unprofessionalism and incompetence and I suspect that they are receiving monies from marketing companies who send out these unsolicited emails. Aggrieved punters have been complaining about the issue to Virgin Media but it has consistently denied any wrongdoing. Needless to say this didn't happen and after several weeks i rang them back and the latest advice was to open each spam e mail and then send it to spam Just joined?

I have checked my settings and there was only one thing different which was the outgoing port. I have a theory that this is a deliberate ploy to get rid of the Blueyonder accounts. However the biggest problem has been what Virgin are calling spoofing. virtually 10 seconds after deleting, all these spam emails they are back again.

Your username is usually the email address that you gave us when you registered for My Virgin Media. Spam box is empty. The statement issued to El Reg dovetails with what the ISP has been telling its customers for months, a line that’s hard to disprove but has nonetheless failed to placate disgruntled there is more info in the community.virginmedia.com forum .Changing your password is vital whenever anything unusual happens .even if your account hasn't been hacked.