As I mentioned above hackers will frequently change all the account recovery information associated with your account and you'll have no way to get it back.It's important to note two things: first you must be thorough in checking all the information associated with your account so as not to leave a door open for the hacker to regain access, and second be aware that the hacker may regain access to your account anyway.They may not even bother to change the password, but they may change a few other things to make it easier for them to hack back in. proceed to the "You Do Have Access..." steps below.Unfortunately, I believe this to be the most common scenario, particularly with the larger free email services.The intention is to ensure that no email from other people in their organization (or that they send to themselves) is ever caught in the spam filter by mistake — because no one in their domain is sending spam, right?The problem is that as soon as you add your own email address or domain name to your spam filtering allow list, all email from these addresses will sail through your spam filters (as requested).This is in fact to prevent someone else from sending an email message that purports to be from you or some address at your domain.
Of course, most people do not want to take their domain or address off of their allow list for the very reason they put it there in the first place …This topic explains how to use the Exchange Management Console (EMC) and the Exchange Management Shell to update a recipient's address and phone information.The changes you make to the recipient objects also update Active Directory and the address book.AAA if a hacker tries to send using your account, the spam will start at the top of your list, as soon as it hits this one, it will bounce back and stop it continueing, if the send comes from a virus within your system, same thing happens, but you will get a message from postmaster saying the email could not be sent, which will let you know to run a deep scan of all drives of your pc.hope this works and is helpful It's very possible there's nothing you can do, but before giving up if you still have access to the account you should immediately change the password and anything that could possibly be used by a hacker to perform a password recovery - like secret questions, alternate email addresses and the like. If you have a question, start by using the search box up at the top of the page - there's a very good chance that your question has already been answered on Ask Leo! If you don't find your answer, head out to to ask your question.They did it once, and we don't know how, so we don't know that they won't do it again. Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976.