Virus attacks from 81.135.104.166

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Nick Hill, Apr 20, 2004.

  1. Nick Hill

    Nick Hill Guest

    Hi

    For the past month I have been receiving constant email virus attacks from a
    BT Openworld customer at 81.135.104.166. I have emailed
    but do not expect a reply. Is there some way that I
    can contact this person & ask them to virus scan their computer & remove my
    details from their addressbook?

    I have spent many hours searching through my archived email messages trying
    to find if the user is known to me, but I've had no success. Is there some
    way that I can search all email messages in OL2003 for an ip address,
    without opening them one-by-one?

    Regards
    Nick
     
    Nick Hill, Apr 20, 2004
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  2. Nick Hill

    Netuser 58 Guest

    You need to go to the website of BTOPENWORLD to file your complaint:
    http://www.btopenworld.com/helpnb/contactus/complaints

    Netuser58


    Nick Hill wrote:
    > Hi
    >
    > For the past month I have been receiving constant email virus attacks from a
    > BT Openworld customer at 81.135.104.166. I have emailed
    > but do not expect a reply. Is there some way that I
    > can contact this person & ask them to virus scan their computer & remove my
    > details from their addressbook?
    >
    > I have spent many hours searching through my archived email messages trying
    > to find if the user is known to me, but I've had no success. Is there some
    > way that I can search all email messages in OL2003 for an ip address,
    > without opening them one-by-one?
    >
    > Regards
    > Nick
    >
    >
     
    Netuser 58, Apr 20, 2004
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