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I received an email from: Provider IT Tech as follows:
Your Cox! Web mail version is outdated and has expired.Failure to Upgrade to the newest Cox! Web mail now will result in a permanent account closure.According to provision 17.8 of Terms and Conditions, Cox! Web mail may at any time terminate its services for accounts.Visit ITS Help-Desk Here To re-validate your mailbox .Note: Failure to comply with 24 hrs might lead to permanent deactivation.Thank you!Cox! Web mail
How do I RE-VALIDATE???? Is this legit??? I have no idea what I am expected to do. FWIW I am using OUTLOOK 2016 as my email client. Thanx.
Looks like spam to me.
It's not legit. A scuzzball wrote it...a scuzzball sent it...and a scuzzball is baiting you to click a link.
Why is the name "Cox" exclamatory?How does a subscriber update webmail?There is no provision 17.8 in a Terms and Conditions.
@Bruce, @WiderMouthOpen This is mostly unrelated to OP's post, but I watched an episode of "America's Book of Secrets" on History Channel the other night entitled "Big Bother is Watching" that I think you might find interesting.
Near the first of the program, the narrator says something like "There are those that believe in the existence of a book...". All it takes for the complete statement to be true is for someone at History Channel to have told a couple of hard core conspiracy theorists that it exists. For the record, I'm not a believer. Keep in mind this program is from the same people that brought us "Ancient Aliens", stories about Bigfoot, etc. But, some of it could be real. (Hello, NSA ).
It's currently available On Demand: TV > TV Networks > Networks H-M > History > America's Book HD > America's Book Secrets S1 Ep09 HD
I'd be interested in hearing what you think.
A book of what?