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From: “Wesleyan University” <smeyer@dbq.edu>  –>Not a Wesleyan address
Subject: You Have {1} New Important Message
Date: October 27, 2017 at 7:51:10 AM EDT
To: xxxxxxx@wesleyan.edu


Dear xxxxxxxxx@wesleyan.edu,

Logon in to your wesleyan Email account to verify your mail and view incoming message.

CLICK HERE TO VERIFY –> Actually, resolved (points) to  hffp://xxx.yviphoto.nl/wesleyan.htm and this is not a Wesleyan address though the page it takes you to will look like a Wesleyan page.

All network access – wired and wireless – will be interrupted on Sunday morning, 10/22, for approximately 2 hours beginning at 8:00 am.  Interruptions will occur in waves across the campus during this window and may complete ahead of schedule.

PeopleSoft HR System and WesPortal Maintenance Complete 10/21/2017 5:00 PM.

ITS will update the community via FacebookTwitter, and email as long as the service is available.

Thank you for your enquiry, please find your quotation attached. —>”inquiry” is misspelled

View your detailed information here:
http://wildpete.com/OVERDUE-ACCOUNT/  —>unknown company link.

Sincerely Yours,
Koklas, Cindy

Do not reply directly to this email.
This email address is for notification purposes only and you will not receive a response.

Security alert!!!

Dear xxxxx@wesleyan.edu

Our records indicate that you have recently asked to close your email. This requires us to do so as soon as possible

If the request is unexpected, you do not know,
it is recommended that you immediately cancel the request —>this redirects you to a non-wesleyan location

Cancel the disable request for xxxxx@wesleyan.edu—>redirects you to hxxp://www.add20gb-space.ml/storag5p?email=xxxx@wesleyan.edu
However, if you do not cancel this request,
your account is about to close, All e-mail data will be lost.
Thank you.
Mail administrator

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The message from the e-mail server is automatically generated and sent to the e-mail reply can not be delivered. This email is for xxxxx@wesleyan.edu

Please, note the link provided has zero references to Wesleyan.  Additionally, the origin address isn’t even a Wesleyan person/address.

The PeopleSoft HR System will be down for upgrade maintenance on Friday, 10/20/2017 at 5:00 PM until Saturday, 10/21/2017 at 6:00 PM.  HR/Payroll will do final system testing on Saturday afternoon.  WesPortal will be up, however, applications dependent on the HR System will not be fully functional.

All network access – wired and wireless – will be interrupted on Sunday morning, 10/22, for approximately 2 hours beginning at 8:00 am.  Interruptions will occur in waves across the campus during this window and may complete ahead of schedule.

ITS will update the community via Facebook, Twitter, and email as long as the service is available.

From: Not WesleyanUser <xxxxxxx@slu.edu>  –>The From and To address fields were the same. Impersonation can occur. 
Date: Monday, October 16, 2017 at 8:56 AM
To: Not Wesleyan User <xxxxxxx@slu.edu>
Impacted Groups: 2017 Outlook/Exchange Users
If you are receiving this message, the Outlook / Exchange email servers that provide your email service will undergo scheduled maintenance tonight, October 16, 2017 from 07:00pm to 2:00am 
Please click here and log in to your Outlook client prior before 07:00 PM today to enable auto backup of all information’s on your mailbox, if you do not log into the auto backup portal, you may lose the connection to your mailbox including all your information’s during the maintenance. 
If you find it difficult to send or receive messages from your Outlook client after the maintenance period, or tomorrow morning, please close Outlook and then log in again. 
We regret this inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
This is a Broadcast e-mail sent on behalf of the Sender and/or Department. If you
wish to respond, please follow the contact instructions in the message ONLY.
The above link in blue points to a non-Wesleyan address—httpx://outlookhelpdesk.editor.multiscreensite.xxx/preview/5f000e74?device=desktop128
Neil Bundle <neilbundle@enjoy2all.com>  –> No pretense of being form a Wesleyan member

hi Vspiars –> Very generic salution to a user ID and not a person.

bit.ly/2yG041X  —> Unknown destination for this link.

Unidentifiable link. Not a good idea to click oaths.  Especially, combined
with the unknown sender.

Warm Regards

From: Support <agarcia@cbtulsa.com>  —> Not a Wesleyan address
Date: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 8:42 AM
To: “noreply@office365.com” <noreply@office365.com>
Subject: Pending Message
You have 5 new Pending Message to retrieve during our last email outages

RETRIEVE —> address actually, goes to hxxr://members.westnet.com.ax7/~oooo365/o/three.html

Mail PostMaster —> Not a legitimate Wesleyan Signature

ITS has noticed a high volume of phishing email.  Most recently, these messages have included attempts to replicate the Wesleyan logo and banners and are being distributed through other Wesleyan accounts. Wesleyan ITS will not request your credentials over email. We advise you to go to your WesPortal to change them, if needed.

If you receive anything you suspect as a phish, please send it to security@wesleyan.edu.  Additionally, ITS has set up a site at Portal –> Security –> Security Notices.  There you will find a listing of all phish reported to us to date. Click on any subject title to view the message.   All links have been deactivated and there are notes that identify what is happening in the email.

If you have not already done so, please peruse the Spotting Phishing video. You will find that link in Portal –> Security.  This short video can help you to identify phish and avoid having your account compromised.

Thank you for your diligence.  You may always contact a member of desktop support or security@wesleyan.edu if you have any questions.

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