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Got an email from "american Express" about my Charles Schwab account.
Don't have one.
email is from email@example.com
we DO have a schwaab account, but what does american express have to do with t? mine was from american express<susan,firstname.lastname@example.org>...supposedly. i see we now have a new address just for phishing? i have been sending to email@example.com when it's a cox address. is that still ok? and i've never been able to figure out how to send email as an attachment,,,tho one of the users here explained it to me...but my email client allows me to access "full headers." is it still ok to send that way? rules change i guess, so update us pls?
Out of curiosity, what's wrong with forwarding the whole email? Every time I get one with an @cox.net email address, I forward the whole email to all three, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks for clarification. i'll save this & give it a whirl. please respond to the other message here tho, as i am interested too.