My wife and I both have a PC, both running the same version of XP and OE6 but when my wife sends an email with a photo attachment or image inserted into the body of the text, IDNet’s servers bounce it back as “unsolicited bulk email. UBE”. Normal email without attachments works fine. I have no problem at all with my PC.
Webmail works OK with attachments but is not the most convenient method of sending emails. I contacted IDNet and they offered no solution pointing out that both XP and OE6 are no longer supported which was not a great help as I knew that already and as my ISP I hoped they would have an answer!!!
So, I fired up another old PC, same spec as above, copied across all OE6 emails etc from my wife’s PC and would you believe, back comes “unsolicited bulk email. UBE” when sending images.
I then created another email address on the old PC changed the POP3 server settings from mail.idnet.com to securemail.idnet.com and, same problem. I even tried my own email address on this PC and that threw up the same error.
It would appear that whatever is causing this error has been imported with the email transfer from one PC to another.
Anybody any idea what it might be, please!