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Spam Messages

From: Laura
Sent on: Sunday, October 24, 2010 2:50 PM
Hi All:

A couple of you have contacted me today regarding a spam message you received this morning entitled "Advance with your work online". I also received this message. Although I'm no techie, I'm guessing it's a computer virus that got into a member's address book and spammed our group's mailing list address.

Since it is very annoying to receive a lot of unnecessary emails, I do try very hard to control the number of emails folks receive from this group. But, unfortunately, I don't have any control over this and I don't know how to keep it from happening. I strongly recommend you simply delete the email without clicking the link, and contact the member to let him/her know it happened and that they may have a computer virus.

Please post any replies to this message to this thread on our message board.



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