SPAM is e-mail that contains unwanted content or solicitations. Many may also be fraudulent or dangerous because they can be delivered with attachments containing viruses or worms, direct you to web sites that may have viruses or worms, or are phishing ploys.
Network Services is continually working to reduce the number of spam messages delivered to CSULB e-mail inboxes, but to date there is no permanent solution. Spammers use sophisticated tools in their creation process and therefore are moving targets. While our best advice at this time is to simply delete the message as you would throw away junk mail, there are a couple of measures you can take to help control spam:
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