Email Contact ITServices at 36666 Thu, 21 Aug 2014 16:12:44 -0400 Zend_Feed_Writer 1.10.8 ( Important reminder: Post email service ending August 1
To avoid problems resulting from loss of service, please see the following recommendations.

You should determine if any automated or business processes (personal or departmental) are using an "@post" email address or the "" domain.

- If the email address is listed on any departmental websites, update it to a current email address.

- Any applications or online forms that send data using the @post email address should be modified.

- If there are any multifunction ("all-in-one") devices, scanners, printers, or copiers that relay scanned documents to an @post email address, you will need to change this setting.

- Devices that relay email through the “" server should be reconfigured to use “” for SMTP instead.

Please note that Post web service will not be affected. If there is web space is associated with this account, there will be no changes to its content and the URL will remain the same:
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Password Stealing Attempts Continue *Update*
Often there is a threat to deactivate or delete the mail account if you don't reply quickly. Some of the messages are obviously fraudulent, but others are tailored to Queen's and can be quite convincing. Stolen accounts are often used to send spam mail, resulting in a lot of time wasted in cleanup and responding to complaints.

These messages are not from Queen's University. Queen's will not ask you to provide passwords by e-mail. Genuine account notices from Queen's ITServices will always be signed with the name of a person in the department. If you are uncertain whether a message is genuine, please look for a news item or notification on the ITServices Web site (, or telephone Queen's IT Support Centre at 613.533.6666 to confirm.

We recommend that, if you receive an unsolicited e-mail or you are unsure of the sender, you do not reply, do not click any links contained within it, and do not open any attached files. Those actions have been known to infect computers with malicious software.

If you receive an e-mail that claims to be from the University and asks for your Net ID and password, forward it, with all headers and the entire message, to (undergraduate students will find instructions for expanding headers at and faculty/staff/graduate students will find instructions for expanding headers at ).

If you do mistakenly reply with your password, change your password immediately, using the ITServices password change at

Fraudulent e-mail claiming to be sent by outside agencies (PayPal, Bank of Nova Scotia, for example) should be reported directly to the company.

See for additional information and advice about these kinds of attacks.]]>
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