Saturday, 3 May 2014

Security Warning

Hi to all

I became this morning a E-mail

I work to your Information since 9 Years with Linux and had never a Outlook Account or something other so i will give this Warning to you
Keep an Eye on your Mails and opens or sending no answers if you're not sure.

Share it as warning to other user in your circles.

Here the E-Mail with the following contents:


We have recently confirmed during our recent upgrading services that your mail account has exceeded the limit of 30 GB, which is as set by our manager and you are currently at 30.9 GB. Different computers have logged into your mail account and multiple password errors have been entered. We are hereby suspending your account as it has been used for fraudulent purposes. Now we need you to reconfirm your account information to us. Click your Reply tab, fill in the columns below and send it back to us or your email account will be suspended permanently and you will not be able to use our services again until your reconfirm your account information.




Reconfirm Password:

Date of Birth:

Country or Territory:

Phone Number:

Recovery E-mail:


Here are some ways to help you manage your account after the reconfirmation:

1. Create an archive - Set up a folder on your PC’s hard drive where you can save large attachments. Then just delete them from your inbox. You’ll still have them and your in-box will be that much smaller.

2. Make your filters work for you- Did you know you can set up your E-mail account to immediately delete junk e-mail? Go to Options, and click Filters and reporting. Under the “Delete junk e-mail” section, select immediately to delete junk e-mail right away. Once you’re finished, click Save and you’re done.

3. Delete a bunch of mail at once- Go to your Junk and Deleted folders, and clear them out by clicking the “Empty” button in the action bar.

The Email Admin Team
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