A Windows 10 computer error has been sending emails with “Incoming mail” as a file extension for several days.
The error was first noticed in a user’s Windows 10 installation in late January, and now it has affected more than 1.6 million users.
The error was caused by a file named minecraft.log, which has a .txt extension and a .log file extension.
It was a common problem in Microsoft’s Windows Defender program, but it was also causing problems for Microsoft Windows and Microsoft’s Surface tablet devices.
Windows Defender reported the problem to Microsoft on Friday and sent an alert to users that their computers had been infected with the malware.
The Microsoft Security Response Center has issued a fix for the problem, but some users were still having trouble accessing email messages on Thursday.
The email file, which appears to be an email attachment, contains an attachment with a file name and a file size that match the file extension of the Minecraft server address.
The email is encrypted with Microsoft’s CryptoAPI.
The file was first detected on a user in the United States who was working on his Windows 10 PC, but the user was not identified.
It was first identified by The Washington Post.
A Microsoft spokesperson told TechCrunch that the error was a “common issue” and that the company was working to address it.
Microsoft has not said what caused the error, but Microsoft’s Office 365 service, which is a part of Windows 10, has been experiencing issues.
The Redmond, Washington-based company said in a blog post on Thursday that the malware had not been detected on the server itself, and the Microsoft Exchange service was not impacted.
Microsoft said that the infected server had been a member of the Exchange organization that Microsoft used to send emails from.
Microsoft also said that Microsoft Exchange servers were not impacted by the infection.
The issue has not affected the Microsoft Outlook email service, Microsoft said.
Microsoft said that it is working to make the infection less prevalent, and is working on an update to the malware detection system.