Your Mailbox has been de-activated-Phishing Email Sent to Fordham Community on 05/12/2009

This is to inform you that your Mailbox has been de-activated by your System Administrator due to an unusual activity detected in your mailbox. Hence, you may not be able to receive new mail until your mailbox is re-activated. You are to contact your System Administrator on the email address provided below with your Username and Password for them to re-activate your mailbox.
This is another phishing email that has been reported. This message was received on or about May 12th, 2009. Please DO NOT respond to this message or anything that looks like it. You may disregard and delete this message. If you have any questions about the validity of this email please contact the University Help Desk directly at 718 817-3999 or via email:
helpdesk@fordham.edu.

This is to inform you that your Mailbox has been de-activated by your System Administrator due to an unusual activity detected in your mailbox. Hence, you may not be able to receive new mail until your mailbox is re-activated. You are to contact your System Administrator on the email address provided below with your Username and Password for them to re-activate your mailbox.
System Administrator
E-mail: websyst@administrativos.com
If your mailbox remains de-activated for an extended period of time, it may result in further limitations or eventual closure of your mailbox.
The information contained in this e-mail may be confidential and is intended solely for the use of the named addressee. Access, copying or re-use of the e-mail or any information contained herein by any other person is not authorized. This is to inform you that your Mailbox has been de-activated by your System Administrator due to an unusual activity detected in your mailbox. Hence, you may not be able to receive new mail until your mailbox is re-activated. You are to contact your System Administrator on the email address provided below with your Username and Password for them to re-activate your mailbox.

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