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Re: AGV Behaving oddly even after a Malwarebytes scan&fix

Unread postby Rennie » May 1st, 2009, 5:37 am

years of emails on a 10 month old machine eh. I am presuming you transfered from a prior machine. [\quote]
Yes I did, as a SAP consultant I need to keep a lot of info, clients, patches and fixes and the lot, so I did transfer that from an older machine.


Load the email folder that contains the infection and delete ALL unnecessary emails (hoping to remove the problem email) and then use the Mailbox Cleanup option to delete all old emails. [\quote]
I guess you mean load the archive?

Create a new folder and move only emails you really need into the new folder and then delete the infected folder.

A new folder in email, or a new archive?

Will do the other steps once I sort out outlook

Thanks so much
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Re: AGV Behaving oddly even after a Malwarebytes scan&fix

Unread postby Dakeyras » May 1st, 2009, 6:00 am

Hi :)

A new folder in email, or a new archive?
Either is fine.

Thanks so much
You are very welcome!
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Re: AGV Behaving oddly even after a Malwarebytes scan&fix

Unread postby Rennie » May 1st, 2009, 6:05 am

I hate it when I post and it does not appear and have to rewrite.

Ok screenie 1: I have an archive folder, and emptied all subfolders and then emptied deleted items, nothing in there was important.

Then screenie 2: went to the location the infected file was stored at.
The archive file contains the content that is inside Outlooks archive folder?
And the rest of my emails is in my outlook.pst file?

Do I run KASPERSKY again after this to make sure its gone?
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Re: AGV Behaving oddly even after a Malwarebytes scan&fix

Unread postby Dakeyras » May 1st, 2009, 6:08 am

Correct and no need to run the online scan again :)
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Re: AGV Behaving oddly even after a Malwarebytes scan&fix

Unread postby chryssi2001 » May 2nd, 2009, 7:04 am

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