I know this is going to sound really strange, but I wanted to see if anybody else has noticed this. I am working on a computer for a friend and ended up completely wiping the drive and starting over from scratch. After getting Windows 10 installed and everything working, I decided to get a free email client. I first tried Windows Live Mail 2012 (it messed up and stopped being able to connect for some reason, saying the comcast server was not responding / timing out). So then I put Thunderbird on there. After getting it set up - defaulted to IMAP, whereas Windows Live Mail was using POP3, I noticed a huge number of SPAM messages coming through... the ED type ones as well as some "work from home", "claim your giftcard", "survey winner", loans, etc. And there were absolutely none from before the time I set up Thunderbird. So I logged onto the Comcast web mail page to see if any of those emails were showing up there. It turns out, there were none of them. Now the only thing that makes sense to me, is that either Thunderbird is injecting those SPAM emails or Comcast's IMAP server is compromised. Has anybody else noticed anything like this? Again, this is on a computer that is completely clean. The drive was wiped(cleaned) with diskpart, and it has a clean install of Windows 10 so I do not suspect any type of malware or virus.