Recently we’ve seen some messages that look like this:
This is an autmomated email sent from our SSL severs to inform you that there is an error in your email configuration.
This error was identified on: 2016/10/15 and we have not been able to deliver 11 contact email messages from this date.
To retrieve your emails and reconfigure Port 486,Click Here
Warning: Failure to do this will lead total suspension of your email account.
This message has been sent to:[%%FEmail%%].
Please delete and Ignore if this is not your email address.
Although it looks official, you can see that there are odd misspellings, and the links (which are not shown on this) will point to somewhere unfamiliar (if you hover over the link, you should be able to see what it links to in the lower left of your browser – don’t click on the link!)
There will be many different variations of this, but the important thing is – don’t click on them! If you’re not sure whether a message is legitimate or not, you can send it to us at Support and we’ll be happy to research it and let you know.
Be cautious and skeptical when surfing the net!