Guidelines for dealing with email spam

  1. Do not reply to a spam message for any reason. This simply validates your email address and will result in even more spam messages.
  2. Copy [don’t forward] spam messages to Denver Law Email Abuse at .
  3. Do not click on links in messages you think may be spam.
  4. Never give anyone your username or password in an email message, we will only ask for this information on a phone call.
  5. Use good passwords for email (more than 8 characters, letters and numbers, upper and lower case letters, special characters).
  6. Don’t share your email account with anyone else.

If you think someone might know your password, follow this link for instructions on resetting your password.

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University of Denver
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Denver, CO 80208