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I've never gotten an email from Comcast like this before since I've had service. That's been since 2002. I dont understand what this is all about but got this email several days ago.



"In regards to our routine email server software maintenance. Our Domain Name System server (DNS) indicated your account has exceed its allocated memory usage, hence your outgoing and incoming mails will not be delivered.

UPDATE YOUR MAIL STORAGE HERE To avoid deactivation and deletion from our mail server.

Kindly follow the above instruction to avoid technical issues on our server and avoid deactivation of your email account.

Thank You,
Support Team"


Re: Email

Sounds like a scam or a phishing attempt.  Don't click on anything.  Here is how to tell if it's a legitimate email from Comcast----------------------




If it's not legitimate, you can report it here-----------------------



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Re: Email

Anon1267763 wrote: ... I dont understand what this is all about but got this email several days ago. ...

Please see Comcast Email Phish or Legit? How to Tell (and rules for posting).

Samples of recent phishing messages can be found at http://constantguard.comcast.net/alerts under "Top Phishing Scams".

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