Is this virus activity?

  MIke 18:30 09 Mar 04

I've had several e-mails from postmaster at AOL telling me that an e-mail is undeliverable because the adress does not exist. I do not recognise any of the addresses, in fact I only have two contacts on AOL anyway. I use Computer Associates EZ Antivirus which is up to date and a scan shows my PC to be clean. Anyone else seen this?

  Jester2K 18:33 09 Mar 04

It a virus.

Someone elses PC is sending out the messages in your name so you get the return messages.

You don't have the virus.

Just delete the messages.

  VoG II 18:34 09 Mar 04

Agree - just got a couple of these myself. I know they weren't sent from this comp.

  MIke 18:42 09 Mar 04

Thanks for that, I've had problems recently sending mail to my AOL contacts, my domain has been blocked because of their anti-Spam policy. I don't suppose this will help matters!

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