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RedSarge
05-11-2007, 19:04
Did anyone else receive an email like this one? I will not open it because it has an attachment and is from someone I don't know. (Even if they do work fro GW.)

Is this email legit?

Torga_DW
05-11-2007, 19:08
Doubt its legit. Maybe you should contact gw, give them the sender's address, and tell them about it. Good idea not opening it, lot of malicious ppl on the net that'll do anything to cause harm to random strangers.

RedSarge
05-11-2007, 19:10
Yeah, but unfortunatly I have to open the email in order to see the sender address. :(

Crube
05-11-2007, 19:12
Can you email or call GW first for advice, then maybe forward it to them after they are expecting it...

Liteswitch
05-11-2007, 19:37
Stop being a girl and open it!

1.) Make sure HTML rendering is off
2.) Don't open attachments.

You'll be fine.

The pestilent 1
05-11-2007, 19:53
Stop being a girl and open it!

1.) Make sure HTML rendering is off
2.) Don't open attachments.

You'll be fine.

:rolleyes:

Isn't there not an option to see the sender on your email?
(I mean the address not their title or whatever)

Sgt John Keel
05-11-2007, 21:35
Easy. Go to a library computer and open it, or borrow a friend's Mac.

/Adrian

RavenMorpheus
05-11-2007, 23:35
Easy. Go to a library computer and open it, or borrow a friend's Mac.

/Adrian

Yeah balls up someone elses computer if it's riddled with viri. :D

pwrgmrguard
06-11-2007, 02:02
I frequently do it to school computers because a i want to mess up their security software, and b their security software is crazy hard.

RedSarge
06-11-2007, 14:13
Ok, I finally opened it and.... to my surprise it is from local Independant Retailer (Rogue Trader) that now houses a crap load of GW stuff... and even a few of X-GW employee's. No viruses or anything scary like that.

schoolcormorant
06-11-2007, 16:25
Easy. Go to a library computer and open it, or borrow a friend's Mac.

/Adrian

ok i lol'd pfft macs!

SC