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I'm receiving really old emails all of a sudden. What does that mean?


I'm receiving really old emails all of a sudden. What does that mean?

What could have happened for me to be receiving old emails? I'm receiving old email notifications from facebook notifications and also emails that I sent to myself from a cooking website. These are emails that I already received months ago. Does it mean that my account has been hacked? I noticed the one common thread being that they are emails that are forwarded through my gmail email address. Can someone please help me out here. I'm worried that my account might have been hacked and what information may be in someone elses hands now. Thank you for reading this message.

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Re: I'm receiving really old emails all of a sudden. What does that mean?

Hello, 4mygirls!


Thanks for posting. I'm sorry to hear you're suddenly receiving old e-mails. This definitely doesn't sound normal, so go ahead and click here to send us a private message so we can investigate further.

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I'm still having email issues.

I keep receiving old emails. They look like they're new emails but when I check the full header view, it shows how old the email is. I sent a pm to ATT but haven't received a response. I don't know how to fix this and it's so time consuming to go through all the emails to get to the important ones. I would appreciate some help with this issue. Thank you


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