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Apparently there's a lot of it going about. Someone sends you an email, they get an instant autoresponse like


Not nice. Looks like someone has accessed your account and set up a "vacation notice" or similar. First step, change your mail account password (to something "unguessable" and moderately long). Then go through your account setup and eliminate the offending autoresponse. If the perpetrator has also locked you out from editing your account, contact your mail provider's support. They will (probably) know all about the problem - and have solutions.

Some old discussion relative to Gmail BUT it has affected many mail services (including, just lately, swbell):


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