Clergy E-mail Spoof: Mark Fake Emails as Spam and Delete


We have heard from a number of clergy whose email address has been "spoofed." The accounts have not been hacked (in other words no one is accessing the clergy account, only imitating it). 

If you receive an email that appears to be from yourself or another account, please do not open suspicious attachments. If the email seems to be a "spoofed email," mark the email and spam and delete it. 

The North Georgia Conference IT office has made an adjustment to attachment receipt permission so that all incoming emails are stripped of compressed files which could contain viruses.