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13 Messages

Thu, Feb 4, 2021 5:32 PM

How to send an upopened Email as an attachment

I received a suspicious Email yesterday, and need to send it to the Company.

"We can confirm that the email address you sent was no associated with Xxx Xxxx. If you suspect you have been sent an email that is from a forged email address, please send the email to us as an attachment at [email scrubbed]. Please do not cut, or copy and paste the email, don't change the subject line, or forward the e-mail, as it can make it harder for us to investigate."

These are the only instructions I found online. (See Below) They didn't work.
"1  Select the message you want to forward, by clicking the check box to the left of the message (as illustrated below). ...
2  Press Shif+Alt+F (simultaneously).
3   It will automatically compose a new message with the selected e-mail(s) added as an attachment."

All it does is open the "File" Dropdown Menu.

New Member

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13 Messages

2 years ago

Just a heads up.

I've been trying to Post the previous conversation since 8AM today. It's (A bit) ridiculous. Several times it just erased for no reason.

OttoPylot

ACE - Expert

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19.2K Messages

2 years ago

Trash it then and don't respond or follow any links.

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13 Messages

2 years ago

You might not mind letting some Scammer get away with attempting to and/or ripping other people off, but we believe in fighting back... Any way possible.

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