Another phishing scam (shown below) is going around. This is not from SNC. As always, you should never respond to these types of messages. They are never legitimate. No one who works at St. Norbert College will ever ask you for your password, and we do not send out messages like this. If you ever have any doubts about any message you receive, contact the Help Desk before responding.
If you have responded to this message, contact the Help Desk immediately.
For more information about phishing scams, see http://www.snc.edu/go/phishing.
From: "Zimbra Email Support" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 4:29:28 AM Subject: Final Contact Zimbra Email Users, I have been re-directed to contact you this last time and to inform you that your negligence to the warning note issued to you pre-informing you of our records indicating that your account has not been updated as a part of our regular account maintenance. Sequel to this adamant gesture,your account shall be blocked within 24hours failure to update your account as instructed. Our new SSL servers check each account for activity and your information has been randomly chosen for verification.Zimbra Email Management Center strives to serve their email-users with better and secure email services. Please click on the link below to update. http://zimbrupdates.at.tf Note that Failure to update your account information genuinely may result in account termination without further plea considerations. Thank you very much for your cooperation! Zimbra Email Support