Periodically we receive inquiries from users regarding emails that they received concerning their email account.
Most of these messages ask for personal information to reset a password or upgrade the account. Many have common traits.
In virtually all cases these messages are fraudulent and should be ignored (and deleted).
Over the past few years we have documented on this site many examples of these messages and below you will find links to these posts (links will open in a new browser window).
If you ever have a question about your email account, please contact Technical Support at 1-877-502-3267. Do not reply to the unsolicited message.
Phony Quarantine Messages - December 2010
ADAMS.NET Account Holder Phishing - November 2010
Account Alerts Phishing - October 2010
Password Reset Phishing - June 2010
New Phishing Emails - April 2010
No Settings File Needed - February 2010
New Webmail Phishing - February 2010
'Update Your Mailbox' messages - November 2009
Adams Warning Alert - October 2009
More Phishin' - October 2009
Malicious 'System Update' Emails - October 2009
Clever New Phishing Spam... - September 2009
Webmail Phishing Spam - August 2009