Microsoft Outlook account hacked

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I think my company Outlook mail is hacked. Someone just got the same email I received. The other guy also got a copy of the same email. How can I check the other guy's email? Any setting in Outlook?

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  • carlosdl

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  • arjun2ruhela
    hi carlosdi......thanks for response

    i am 100 % sure somebody also get same mail copy which one i received.
    u just tell me how can i ensure that nobody get my mail & also tell me there is a option for forwarding same mail in outlook...??

    thanks 
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  • carlosdl
    The fact that somebody got the same mail you received is not an evidence of being hacked.  The sender could have decided to send it to them too.  And yes, a rule could be created so that some emails are automatically forwarded to someone else upon reception.

    I know almost nothing about mail servers, but it is possible that some configuration in the server allows the forwarding or sending of copies to more than one recipient in certain situations.

    Since you mentioned that this is related to your company e-mail, my recommendation would be to explain your concerns to the IT department.
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  • AndreaF
    If you are not part of the company's IT Department, this should be reported to the Systems Administrator as soon as possible - any suspicion of hacker/virus activity should be handled by the IT experts who can protect your assetts.
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  • arjun2ruhela
    thanks for response......

    i am just wanted to know that my outlook have any option.....

    i can find out their email whatever he will use please clarify me  ??

    before complain i wanted to collect some evidences....plese tell me
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  • edwinjhoffer
    Please check that there has any auto forward rule is created or not.

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  • arjun2ruhela
    Dear
    edwinjhoffer

    thanksalot.....
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