According to this email, which claims to be from the “Mail Administrator”, you will be blocked from receiving email within the next 24 hours.
Supposedly, the block is because you have previously refused to update your mailbox.
The message urges you to stop the impending block by clicking a link to perform the required update.
However, the email is not from any legitimate mail administrator or support service. Instead, it is a phishing scam designed to trick you into sending your email account details to criminals.
If you click the link in the message, you will be taken to a fraudulent website that asks you to enter your email address and email password. The information you enter will be collected by scammers and used to hijack your email account along with any linked services that share the same login credentials.
Email phishing scams like this are very common. Be wary of any email that claims that you must click a link to rectify a supposed account problem, update your details, or upgrade to a new system.
It is always best to login to any of your online accounts via a trusted app or by entering the address into your browser’s address bar. If there really is a problem with your account that you need to address, you will likely see an internal message about the problem after you have logged in.
An example of the scam email:
Dear [Your Email Address]You will be blocked from receiving emails within the next 24 hours due to the refusal of updating your mailbox.
Click Here to update your mailbox in order to stop action.
Note: If your mailbox is not updated after 24 hours, Your mailbox will be blocked from our system.
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