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    Anyone with virgin.net emails will (at time of this posting) be aware there's a SERIOUS cockup going on there!!

    See/read from https://national.virginmedia.com/ser...iceId=4&type=F :-

    Email status

    Below is a description of the service status of the Email service
    Status: Red
    Serious fault or a service is down
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    GOOGLE EMAIL

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    [email protected]:50Customers may have received an email with regard to Google services. Please ignore the contents. Virgin Media are working to resolve the problem.
    We understand that continual emails are being sent out.
    virgin Media apologise for the inconvenience caused.


    Patience dear boy, patience!
    biggerdave Reviewed by biggerdave on . Virgin Media woes!! Anyone with virgin.net emails will (at time of this posting) be aware there's a SERIOUS cockup going on there!! See/read from https://national.virginmedia.com/service-announcements/serviceInfo?serviceId=4&type=F :- Email status Below is a description of the service status of the Email service Status: Red Serious fault or a service is down TitleDate/TimeDetails Rating: 5
    Please do not just post "thanks" but use the "thanks" button bottom/right or the reputation star "*" bottom/left
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    i may assume you have installed an anti-virus product that is designed for Windows 7 ?

    under normal circumstances it would block and trash such malware , if it passes through providers firewall

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    Quote Originally Posted by basflt View Post
    i may assume you have installed an anti-virus product that is designed for Windows 7 ?

    under normal circumstances it would block and trash such malware , if it passes through providers firewall
    Yes Bas but virgin media have now apparently got on top of the problem & are trying to resolve this once & for all.

    No worries, just letting other "virgins" know it was/is under control & not to keep bouncing replies of "why all this cr4p email stuff" etc which just clogged everything up for us "virgins"
    Please do not just post "thanks" but use the "thanks" button bottom/right or the reputation star "*" bottom/left
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