Email security advice

IT Services has detected this email as spam.

Your reply to this email has been redirected to this page for your electronic security.


If you believe this email to be genuine, contact the 17triplezero IT Service Desk to discuss recovery options.

Email spam is often used to carry out fraud.
The content of spam messages varies, and may seem to come from authentic sources eg. University of Newcastle staff email accounts. Some messages promote products or services, while others attempt to trick users into providing bank account or credit card details. Many spam messages contain offensive or fraudulent material, and some spread computer viruses.

In all cases, suspicious email should be deleted from your email inbox and should not be replied to.

Information about spam is available from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).


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