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reporting spam, phishing, and dangerous attachments
Enthusiast - Level 1

When I am sent spam email containing dangerous attachments, or phishing scams that are prompting to go to a site and enter personal information, I want to report it to the domain controller that I look up in But I need to send a copy of the offending mail to them so they can identify it. Verizon in its infinite wisdom blocks the forwarding of that email, in spite of the fact that they allowed it into my inbox themselves. Is there some way to bypass this checking to help the domain admin indentify the original message? Thanks...