Receive a Dubious Email: Don’t Click! Delete!

Yours truly received the email below today, ostensibly from UCLA.  Did you get it?  If so, you might have noticed that it doesn’t come from a UCLA address.  Best advice: Don’t click!  Instead, delete.
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important Notice For UCLA Faculty and staff of our email database(University of California, Los Angeles UCLA)We currently updated our UCLA email database.IT Help Desk requires all our faculty and staff (University of California, Los Angeles), to confirm their email account or sending and receiving emails will be difficult. For full access of your email account, follow the reference link bellow to confirm your email account.UCLA FACULTY AND STAFF EMAIL CONFIRMATION LINK

Protecting your email account is our primary concern.This has become necessary to  serve you better. 
© Copyright 2013 IT help desk Management Team.
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Always be dubious!  Anyone can claim anything.
 

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