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Windows 7: WD emails fake?

28 Jul 2011   #1
Hopalong X

Windows7 Pro 64bit SP-1; Windows XP Pro 32bit
 
 
WD emails fake?

Anyone else get this from WD? Seems a bit odd from a manufacturer.
Opened in my ISP's Spam folder marked as such so no pictures.

It wants you to opt in for support info and I'm already registered for warranty purposes. Strange.

Just a heads up to be aware of.

Quote:
Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 13:20:06 -0500
From: "Western Digital Online Services" <WesternDigitalOnlineServices@mail135.subscribermail.com>
To: xxxxxhoppy.com
Subject: Western Digital Product Notification

View this message in a browser.http://archives.subscribermail.com/msg/.htmDear Customer,In an effort to help our customers stay informed about the latest news about their WD products, we are giving you an option to be notified about important news strictly related to your WD product. The news that may include important software updates, firmware updates, or relevant technical updates about your product. If you do not want to be notified, you do not have to do anything. If you would like to be informed, please click on the link below.Link: http://websupport.wdc.com/registration/optin_productupdate.asp?e=xxxxxhoppy.com.com&lang=en Unsubscribe or update your email address. Unsubscribe Powered by SubscriberMail Email Marketing Services from SubscriberMail 3355 Michelson Drive, Suite 100 | Irvine, California 92612
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Quote:
Received: from mail135.subscribermail.com ([63.240.154.138]) by exprod6mx218.postini.com ([64.18.5.10]) with SMTP; Wed, 27 Jul 2011 18:59:50 PDTDomainKey-Signature: q=dns; a=rsa-sha1; c=nofws; s=domainkeys; d=mail135.subscribermail.com; h=DKIM-Signature:Content-type:Message-IDate:To:From:Reply-To:Subject:List-Unsubscribe:X-ppid:X-dit:X-mid:X-appid:Mime-Version; b=PWtqUsJzT3xwZMwXvrhYFbMuDu6AXlNR6t3vot307fLNiwiy2L4hAFTIxrjVu7oJ VLZXwvaLBXnYcetuyabZnOFYBr2JNaD3lUjjU+NCYcOYfkmuA6KiJzi62hL57kU8DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha1; d=mail135.subscribermail.com; s=dkim; c=relaxed/simple; q=dns/txt; i=@mail135.subscribermail.com; t=1311791389; h=From:Subjectate; bh=WxvxCrb/GIMjKkDit7i1M9d8Jgk=; b=oOe1DioA3GlQCTrd9XK5ml+jJNWMi6kchVqcI0WXumFWzsPR+Ks//ficAiwqH5Wg znr2Hy4iB9zUPPQOG5t4zoz+POyVHp9la8UsC4q98voUEhD9IUayDcMT09in0+4N;Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="6CD33589-A464-1F74-99A8681F719D80AE"Message-ID: <F0.58.08291.D19503E4@biscuit.subscribermail.com>Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2011 13:20:06 -0500To: xxxHoppy.comFrom: "Western Digital Online Services" <WesternDigitalOnlineServices@mail135.subscribermail.com>Reply-To: "Western Digital Online Services" <support@wdc.com>Subject: Western Digital Product NotificationList-Unsubscribe: <http://app.subscribermail.com/unsub.cfm?mailid=XXXXXXXXXXXXX.XXX&tempid=6d913b75268f48c49256f1a8d1df0917&reason=List-Unsubscribe> X-ppid: 56502971X-dit: 6d913b75268f48c49256f1a8d1df0917X-mid: 80bdc8fcdae94303838af1a8d1df0917X-appid: appMime-Version: 1.0X-pstn-levels: (S: 0.07316/98.44946 CV:99.9000 FC:95.5390 LC:95.5390 R:95.9108 P:95.9108 M:97.0282 C:98.6951 )X-pstn-settings: 5 (2.0000:2.0000) s cv gt3 gt2 gt1 r p m c X-pstn-addresses: from <WesternDigitalOnlineServices@mail135.subscribermail.com> [2825/113] X-pstn-disposition: quarantine



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28 Jul 2011   #2
Dwarf

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

It's a bit suspicious, since I can't see anywhere on the Western Digital site that mentions anything to do with SubscriberMail. You could try emailing WD and say that you've received an email through SubscriberMail purporting to have come from WD and ask them if it is legit.

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28 Jul 2011   #3
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I have a total of 4 registered WD drives and have recieved no such emails.

Although it may be legit, it does seem quite suspicious.
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