When you get the following: @cds036.dcs.int.inet attached to undisclosed receiptient when you send out a message using BCC - does this mean you have been hacked?
Not quite sure I follow exactly what your situation is. Are you saying that there is a recipient being added to your outgoing messages automatically in the BCC section? If you can explain a little bit more or give some more details maybe we can try and decipher what is going on for you.
Started with a friend (also on shaw) saying she had replied to a message I sent her, but instead of coming to me it went to someone else in her contact list and it had that "inet" thing attached.
So she tried sending a message to me and her husband's email, as a BCC and again got that "inet" piece as follows:
Okay. What are you using to read/write email?
Just checking in to see if you have noticed this occur again since your original post? If it's continued to happen, as coolpup has asked, can you tell us what email program you may be using (or if you're using Shaw Webmail to send/receive email)?
So, are you sending mail to undisclosed recipients, or are you receiving something with that?
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