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I am just looking for some advice from people really. I have found some emails between some of my work colleagues and they are really nasty and hurtful emails about me. I don't know if this is classed as bullying as it wasn't aimed directly at me, but they were passed through the company email system. I am extremely upset and considering resigning. Does anyone have any advice?  
   
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I have the same problem right and so cannot provide you with an easy solution.

The question I would ask is did you hack into their email accounts or did the emails somehow come through to you? If it is the former, then it is tricky - if not, you have every right to confront your colleagues or if that would cause too much trouble, report it to your boss.

I would say that you should not resign. You have done nothing wrong and to quit would effectively be letting them win when they are to blame! If you don't want confrontation, then perhaps carrying on as normal, as I have done, is the best way forward?
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