spam via Proz.com mail?
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lexical  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 10:23
Portuguese to English
Jan 12, 2007

I don't know if this is the right forum to report this. I've just received an e-mail via OE from faustopunk@hotmail.com with the title "(Proz.com mail) terrorismo a alta velocidade". I deleted it without opening it.

Has anyone else had this e-mail or something similar? How do I go about reporting it to Proz staff, or will the moderators do that?


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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
Poland
Local time: 10:23
Member (2004)
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Profile mail includes the details of the sender Jan 12, 2007

Hi lexical,
Since you deleted the message, there is no info about the sender (they are included in the message itself) so there is nothing we can really do now.
Next time, when you receive a mail via your profile (it is marked [ProZ.com mail] - in square brackets) and you belive it's spam, please forward the message to staff or moderator.

Best,
Magda


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lexical  Identity Verified
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Thanks, Magda Jan 12, 2007

... I'll certainly do that, but please tell me to which address I should forward it.

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Magda Dziadosz  Identity Verified
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Local time: 10:23
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Either support ticket or moderators Jan 12, 2007

Hi again,

you can copy the text to a Support Ticket (it will be send to staff) or - especially when it is after working hours - copy and send via profile to any moderator currently online.

This should work

Magda


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