Outlook 2007 error YOUR IMAP SErVER WANTS TO ALERT YOU

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Microsoft Outlook 2007
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Greetings:  I have moved my aol accounts over to Outlook 2007. I have done this before, and everything worked fine. Got a virus, had to clear everything off, and office depot cleaned it and reloaded Vista and outlook.

I reloaded my aol accounts back to Outllook, and I seem to be sending/receiving e-mails fine from outlook. However, I am getting frequent pop-up windows now that say: "Your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following: 8352(1032) that e-mail is not currently available, The first for digits ( ie: 8352) change with each pop-up, and I have probably received 12-20 sequential pop-ups.

What needs to be corrected ?

Kerry Lienberger



Software/Hardware used:
Windows Vista

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Probably still infected with a virus of some sort. I would run a virus scan currently installed on your system as well as use an online-based version like Housecall from TrendMicro. Perform a full virus scan with both products and review your findings.

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  • mshen
    You may still have a virus. What anti-virus application are you using?
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