Please be aware that there are bogus e-mails going around the net that appear to be sent by 'administrator@RMAXinternational.com'.
The message looks something like this:Attention!This is from a hacker who is trying to gain control of your machine. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK... it will download "bad things" to your machine.
On October 22, 2009 server upgrade will take place. Due to this the system may be offline for approximately half an hour.
The changes will concern security, reliability and performance of mail service and the system as a whole.
For compatibility of your browsers and mail clients with upgraded server software you should run SSl certificates update procedure.
This procedure is quite simple. All you have to do is just to click the link provided, to save the patch file and then to run it from your computer location. That's all.
Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter and sorry for possible inconveniences.
RMAX never upgrades email services on their server, that is the ISP's job. If a real ISP is upgrading your email, it will all happen in the background or you will be personally contacted by them with official contact info that you can check out. In addition, all RMAX communications include a corporate signiture with full contact information, as you can see in the signiture to this email. If you do not see that, it is not from RMAX.