Go into your webmail settings at https://webmail.eastlink.ca
, and make
sure it is not configured to send a copy of all incoming emails to
Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
Microsoft MVP Program: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com
"Gill" <gilljulien@newsgroup> wrote in message news:7555F171-6854-4B9F-B29F-FF90E088D35E@newsgroup
> When someone in my contact list send me an e-mail he or she gets the
> message: " This report relates to a message you sent with the following
> header fields:
> Message-id: <EEC70F370C2A4D20AF5EEE5D60269946@newsgroup>
> Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 11:07:16 -0330
> From: OldSaltyFrog <oldsaltyfrog@newsgroup>
> To: Gill Julien <gilljulien@newsgroup>,
> OldSaltyFrog <oldsaltyfrog@newsgroup>
> Subject: test
> Your message cannot be delivered to the following recipients:
> Recipient address: mr.david_wilson@newsgroup
> Original address: gilljulien@newsgroup"
> Mind you, I do receive the message but don't know what to do to stop this
> nonsense. Does any one have a solution for this? I did a search of
> @yahoo.com.hk" on the Yahoo Search Page but I am at a lost.
> Can one of you help me to solve this annoyance?