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Colin October 15, 2015 at 5:53 pm It's a lot of messing about but I find that marking each one as spam, then clicking the refresh button, - top right of 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. The result was roughly three dozen confused emails. Somehow information contained within my email account has been accessed and used. this content

MS Outlook is not available to me. After enabling POP3, open Windows Live Mail 2012, create a new account for your old email address, and check the box that says “Manually configure server settings”. 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 here, here, here and here), with each complaining that the new platform's SPAM filtering no longer appears to be having any impact (i.e.

Some customers probably don't even realise that emails are missing from their accounts. UPDATE 2nd October 2015 Sadly Virgin Media have not responded to our requests for comment and their community forums continue to fill up with complaints, which suggest that the problem is 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!! Pete October 1, 2015 at 8:46 pm Spam still coming through.

There is an unsubscribe option at the bottom of the page..but they keep on coming. Skar October 1, 2015 at 6:39 pm As of 6:30 pm the spam is still coming through. Martin December 4, 2015 at 10:33 am The SPAM issue on virgin email accounts is still blocking all incoming mail from nhs.net addresses. maybe i should retry pegasus...

Virgin are just useless at everything, trying to deal with a mobile issue a few months ago was a nightmare. I believe this is a Montenegro area code. All emails are stored in PST file of MS outlook. useful reference Aaagh!

Have not received legitimate emails that virgin have been delivering for years before this fiasco. I block them religiously, but they keep coming back with a slightly changed domain names, so they keep getting through. My knowledge on this particular subject is sparse, so always happy to be enlightened. 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….

Where’s the problem? http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Email-Cloud-and-webspace/Help-Not-receiving-some-sent-emails-in-Windows-Live-Mail/td-p/2853385 Annabel Mcgilvray October 4, 2015 at 8:25 pm Still not working - mountains of spam. Their customer service is a joke too. PLEASE PLEASE VIRGIN SORT IT OUT……..

This does not concern you. news Tim Porter October 15, 2015 at 11:11 am Like Delboy some of my incoming emails are not getting through. And they think that the data will not be recovered. Maria Sheri The free version of EM Client only supports 2 email accounts!

Come on Virgin, get a grip and sort this out!!!! These settings work for me with a hotmail.com address and Windows Live Mail 2012 running in Windows 10. The old one is signed in to our Amazon a/c but... 18:06 Sat 31st Dec 20168 answers, last by mayennaise 22:39 Sat 31st Dec 2016 Coppit Trouble With Bt I had have a peek at these guys Sorry guys.

All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Using outlook 2010 32bit version btw. It makes no difference what you say, it's not going to be fixed and they (Virgin) don't give a toss, otherwise they would at least have had the good grace to

Kindly sort it out Virgin.

It will also show details of new emails in the Mail tile in Windows 10’s Start menu, without downloading them. Never mind, I digress. 21:00 Mon 02nd Feb 2015 -- answer removed -- derekpara Question Author I think I'm confused, too ! Sign Up Sign In Topics AdvertsAnimals & NatureEnvironmentPetsTwitching & BirdwatchingArts & LiteratureBooks & AuthorsArtsBody & SoulBeautyHealth & FitnessRelationships & DatingWeight Loss & DietingBusiness & FinanceBusinessPersonal FinanceShare DealingChatterBankSeasonalChristmasWeatherCrosswordsFamilyFamily LifeParentingPregnancyFood & DrinkDrinksEating OutFoodRecipesGamingPC Most of the people who use an email client, prefer to use Microsoft Outlook which comes bundled with Microsoft Office suite but Microsoft Office is not free.

Andy October 8, 2015 at 8:01 pm Earlier today (8th Oct) I thought the spam problem had been resolved. I'm still getting plenty of the damn spam and it's still returning after deletion. Andrew Allan October 2, 2015 at 10:02 am Like many others, I have to go through the "I am not a robot" security question when I try to log on, and check my blog So the question is, :( will the messages come up in as many different places the account has been...

How do I add these senders to Virgin's safe sender list so as to avoid their spam filters? Sometimes it just doesn't work at all, saying my mailbox has been locked and other times it's unusable because it keeps resigning me in whenever I click on anything. My wife uses Firefox and I've experimented with it but I'm unable find a way of getting it to operate multiple accounts and organise them as tidily as OE can. The filter should be recording the sender addresses and adding to a blacklist.

Please do something for god sake or just tell us you are unable to stop it.