For some time now I've been getting unsolicited emails from Chinese companies selling every kind of electrical product from laptops thru to mp3 players. Problem is that they're using an old email address of mine to look as if I'm recommending the products and then sending them to everyone who was on my contact list at that time. I can only assume that an old computer of mine has found its way to the banks of the Yellow River (or wherever) and the contact list obtained as they break the parts. However, I'm now getting the same mails (sometimes three or four a day) purporting to be from other people's old addresses as well. It's driving me nuts. Using IncrediMail, I've tried blocking and bouncing these back to the 'senders' along with the other mails purporting to be from various banks asking me to 'verify' my personal details or they will have to suspend my access - but no luck ... they're still a-coming! Microsoft tell me that there's nothing they can do because the origin(s) cannot be determined??? Has anyone any thoughts on this please?