I replaced my old computer system with Comcast service and new wireless laptops. I run Windows Vista, and Windows Mail for all my e-mails. Last night I logged on to the internet and checked my mail. I received over 3,500 emails in my inbox. These were e-mails I had already received since starting service with Comcast, and had been deleted. It's as though Comcast had kept all these e-mails and somehow dumped all of them back to me all at once. While they were coming in to my inbox, I hit the send/receive button and they were actually being downloaded, not just the names appearing in the inbox. Any thoughts as to what happened, and is it normal for an ISP company to save client e-mails?
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