It looks like my desktop was infected with a virus due to a fault in Norton* that caused it to not update its virus definitions. The virus turned the system into a zombie, sending out spam. Now many ISPs are identifying my IP as a source of spam and are refusing all email from me. Norton found and purged a virus called backdoor.formador, so I think all that is behind me now, but I still have 4000+ emails that are trying to get sent from somewhere. (Norton continues to pop up a warning message for every one of these 4000+ emails, that's how I know they're still there). See attached screengrab. The taskbar is showing each email that is waiting to be processed. So far there are only 8 or 10, but it will run through 4000+ of them. They are not in Outlook; I don't know where these 4000 emails are sitting. Somewhere invisible. How can I purge these emails? Or am I misunderstanding what I'm seeing? * Yeah yeah ... "Norton? Pah. I don't use that piece of junk". Got it out of your system? OK, now move on.