It's all well and good warning folk of phishing emails and then the sales droids send out
From: "BT Broadband" <email@example.com>
Subject: Your free broadband boost is here
With just about all the elements contained in your warning example
Whilst I am able to examine the full headers and validate or otherwise the links contained in the email the average user and my wife for instance would not.
Please explain how one differentiates between your example and the recent offer which includes a link to execute a dll
(To view this email online, please click here http://ecomm.bt.com/optiex=
t/optiextension.dll? etc )
Poor practice - see the
Your post was not a problem with your email so I have moved your post into the appropriate section.
I had posted it to the same section as Olga had posted her notice - moving it has now lost its context.
Your post is in the correct place.
What you should have done is insert a link to the relevant notice that you were referring to as I doubt many people would have know what you were talking about.
I presume this is the the correct notice.