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Few days ago, my friend mailed me. I noticed that the last message, coming again and again. The content of message is something like that:

same message + line break + right after line break attached spam message

He said that not only I receiving this messages. Everyone receiving content that I explained above.

His OS: Win 7 X64

E-mail client: Outlook 2007

Then I decided that, may be it is windows virus or something like that, which uses outlook to send message. Connected to his desktop remotely, uninstalled old antivirus and installed Norton 360. Then updated database signatures. It found some tracking cookies , but nothing else.

The messages are still coming with random delay. I have no idea how to stop them. One thing that I didn't try yet is: to uninstall office 2007 and install office 2010. Will try today. Any suggestions?

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Check the email headers and see where they are coming from. Also check the timestamps to see if it's actually being sent over and over, or just re-delivered over and over. –  Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Jan 5 '12 at 13:41
    
@techie007 pastie.org/3131239 here is 2 continuous emails headers. First one is older. my email (receiver) mail@tural.us , and sender's info@fulal.com –  Tural Aliyev Jan 5 '12 at 13:59
    
@techie007 also, timestamps are same –  Tural Aliyev Jan 5 '12 at 14:05
    
Change the account information for the email account being used. Your friend IS infected with Malware. –  Ramhound Jan 5 '12 at 14:10
    
@Ramhound then why norton can't catch this malware? –  Tural Aliyev Jan 5 '12 at 14:18

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You're looking at the wrong machine.

It's clear from the Received: headers in the messages that mail.fulal.com is sending the same message over and over to n1nlvphout01.shr.prod.ams1.secureserver.net. Talk to the appropriate postmaster for the former machine.

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please explain a bit more. I didn't understand well. –  Tural Aliyev Jan 5 '12 at 19:31

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