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Scam email warning

A scam email which attempts to trick you into giving away your email username and password is going around. You might get a scam email like this: From: support@ your domain name < your domain name > Subject: A new settings file for the your email address Dear user of the your domain name mailing service! We are informing you that because of the security upgrade of the mailing service your mailbox ( your email address ) settings were changed. In order to apply the new set of settings click on the following link: http:// your domain name /owa/service_directory/settings.php?email= your email address &from= your domain name &fromname= your name Best regards, Technical Support. Letter_ID#8FC03Z0C6G DO NOT click on the link in the email, or give your username or password to anyone. Some email clients (such as Thunderbird) should warn you that the above message is a scam. How to tell if an email from Vista Interactive is real We may o