Thu, Apr 7, 2022 12:48 AM
I found 2 e-mails listed and no idea what they are or who sent them.
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Hi, Priscilla Ross-Fox!
It's possible that you have visited that site that's why it is listed on your browsing history. If you are not familiar with it, it is best to clear your browsing data. You may refer to these steps:
It's also best to change your account passwords once in a while to be safe.
Hope this helps.
@tm_cathy I guess I wasn't clear enough. These are active e-mails and not places I visited, ie: not from browsing history.
Also, I clear my cache at least twice a day if not more.
I do not wish to clear everything out (cookies) because I have so many unsaved passwords that I do not wish to save to a 'PW saver'.
I do have a number of places that I have gone into and requested my info Not be saved/used. What a pain that is to do!
I was hoping someone could tell me information about where or who these e-mails came from as I'm paranoid about opening mail from people/places I don't know.
I've NO clue as to what a fb workplace is nor what an internal fb is.
It's too bad there is no way to preview e-mail in G-mail before opening because I'm afraid to open these. Or if there is a way I've no idea how to do this.
E-mail used to be so easy and so was the Internet. LOL
It appears the more new features added leaves holes open for the bad guys.
Thank you, Cathy, for trying to help, it's much appreciated.
Thank you for your response, Priscilla Ross-Fox.
If you are not familiar with these, it is best to leave them unopened and mark the emails as spam. Also, make sure that Trend Micro's Email Defender is on to protect your webmail. For more information, you may refer to this link below:
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