- I've taken care of this. When this happens, an email like this is sent to the user (offline). Sharing with the group because there are a lot of new members and they should know about this group policy.Hello,An email (see below in this forwarded email) purporting to be from your emailaddress was sent to our JohnMuirTrail Yahoo Group today.We know you to be a legit member and that this was not intentional by you,nevertheless to keep the group protected, I need to inform you of the following.When this happens, one of the JMT YG moderators puts the member (and you arenow temporarily too) in a "moderated" status, meaning anything you post hasto be read by a moderator and then approved for posting, so a delay can occurif your posting is not a hacked-spam posting. In the interim, the member (younow) are unable to upload files to the group.Please read this file, which is kept in this folder:Periodic Posting: How to avoid your email being hacked and sending out spamThis is a link to a file updated by the moderator on how to protect your email account from being hacked and spamming the group (and your friends).This document should enable you to fix your hacked email probelm.Once we see your postings are no longer hacked, we'll put your back into the normal unmoderated status.Thank you for your understanding.Roleigh MartinLead Moderator-------------------------------------------------
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_On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 7:59 AM, Ewa Bialkowski <ewa.bialkowski@...> wrote:Do not click. My browser warns it is a phishing link.