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Phishing Attack

We are aware of a phishing email going around from which encourages you to open an attachment to view 'post' (please see the example below). The company have confirmed the email has not been sent by them.

These messages often look like they have come from someone in your contacts and may even look like a reply in a previous conversation.

Please do not click on any links or open any attachments. Also, make sure you check your mailbox rules and reset your password. If you are unsure on how to do this, please contact your IT Technician as soon as possible, or visit or YouTube Channel for useful video user guides:

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