|28 Dec 2010||#4|
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This email looks like a scam to me too, but in the future, a good way to tell if an email is legitimate is to check the "From" url to see where the email is REALLY coming from. Usually that's a dead giveaway if it's bogus!
Windows Live Mail seems to have discontinued the use of the "From" link (which is really STUPID!!!), but you can still find out who the email is from. Just rest your cursor on the name of the sender and a window will open up showing the sender's address. Also, you can click the "Reply" or "Reply All" links and find out who the sender is that way.
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