Computing Services does not allow clear-text authentication to servers on campus. This means that any email client used with Computing Services' email servers MUST be configured to use an authentication method that provides encryption of your password.
Before you open that attachment, remember that attachments in unexpected email messages or from unknown senders often harbor malware that could infect your computer. Fraudulent web addresses will lure you into providing your login credentials or personal information. Learn to recognize phishing attempts by playing Anti-Phishing Phil and Anti-Phishing Phyllis at www.cmu.edu/iso/aware/.
Last Updated: 9/20/12