When your email account is compromised, it means someone has hacked into it. They will be able to read your messages and send mail from your account. Spoofing is when a spammer sends out emails using your email address in the From field. The idea is to make it seem like the message is from you, in order to trick people into opening it. Your Sent folder will offer the best clue as to whether your account has been compromised or spoofed.
Changing your password can help secure your account from being compromised in the future, and we recommend doing it regularly. For instructions on changing it, you can visit Managing your email in My Account
Look for any irregular activity including these telltale signs;
You can change any of the passwords for your email addresses that are stored in My Account.
Once this is done, you can use your new password to access your email account. Remember, It can take up to five minutes for the password to update and for you to be able to log in.
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