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Usually this is the only course of action for web based email services, the other as mentioned is to blacklist bad email senders and increase spam filtering options offered. Seeing as this is a web based solution you really have very little option but IF the account was in fact compromised then changing the password helps, now if we assume that something has gotten into and recorded the contacts then although it may not be originating from the person in question any longer it is possible to assume these contacts have been "exposed" and may continue to get spammed from some other source. (Not that it does, did, or will happen, but it is always possible)stormgtr said:Thanks, so would changing their password (assuming their PC is clean) would stop their email from sending out spam to whoever is in their contacts list?