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Phishing is a term used to describe fraudulent email messages attempting to gain access to your private information such as passwords and financial information. The university will never ask for your password or confidential information by email. Do not select any links if you are suspicious concerning the legitimacy of a potential phishing e-mail. You may delete the email or submit an incident to notify the Information Security team.
The University of Manitoba provides anti-SPAM to reduce the amount of unsolicited emails sent to your inbox. At times legitimate email messages may be quarantined. Users have the ability to release these messages from quarantine and add the sender to a Safelist. Visit http://umanitoba.ca/computing/ist/email/exchange/ironpartfaqs.html if you have received a Spam Quarantine Notification message or if you have questions using the anti-SPAM system.
Create an IT Ticket to report a suspicious phishing incident.
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