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faq:email:prevent-email-being-spoofed [2019/12/31 09:49]
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 ====== How to prevent email being spoofed? ====== ====== How to prevent email being spoofed? ======
  
-Email spoofing is when someone sends an email pretending to be someone they are not. Such email appears to be originated from a trusted sender - such as customers, coworkers or managers, or even yourself - but they are actually sent from cyber-criminals,​ who would trick you into transferring money to them, downloading an attachment with malware that could infect to your entire network, ​proving ​them your personal information for fraudulent purposes, and more.+Email spoofing is when someone sends an email pretending to be someone they are not. Such email appears to be originated from a trusted sender - such as customers, coworkers or managers, or even yourself - but they are actually sent from cyber-criminals,​ who would trick you into transferring money to them, downloading an attachment with malware that could infect to your entire network, ​providing ​them your personal information for fraudulent purposes, and more.
  
 While there is no fool-proof way to prevent abuse to your email address, here are several practices that you can adopt when it comes to securing your email address: While there is no fool-proof way to prevent abuse to your email address, here are several practices that you can adopt when it comes to securing your email address:
  
-  * Set the "Allow spoof email" settings to **No** in your SMTP Settings. You can find this settings by logging in to your webmail as the Avomaster or voadmin, then go to Profile(1) > Admin(2) > SMTP settings(3). Click on the **No** option(4). Remember to press **Update**(5) once you have done setting.+  * Set the "Allow spoof email" settings to **No** in your SMTP Settings. You can find this settings by logging in to your webmail as the Avomaster or voadmin, then go to **(1)Profile -> (2)Admin -> (3)SMTP settings**. Click on the **(4)No** option. Remember to press **(5)Update** ​once you have done setting.
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