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Hi Tim,

Yes, it's definitely downloaded all the emails.  I hadn't thought about a test send (good thinking) but just tried that and, yes, it sent and I received it in my business email account.

It was only when you said "And you can access the website using that same password?" that I thought "oh, shoo!" (or something similar).  (I've marked that as a Helpful Answer!)  But I find it strange that my PC must have maintained some sort of connection with Virgin Media for a long time using the old password.

Thanks for your patience in looking into this with me.

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@Gareth_L 

It looks like we might be able to close this one.

Thanks mate and sorry.

@unfocused My apologies to you as well, I have personal issues and I was also sidetracked with coming up with a solution for tracking down spambots on VM customers networks.  I'm glad we got to the bottom of this though.

If you have any more issues, you know where to come.

Tim

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Thanks, Tim. Your help much appreciated!
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