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12-15-2010 @ 1:51AM
In Mail, on my Mac, there is no link preview thingy at the bottom of the window or anything, that I could find. If you are using a web-based email service, this is great advice, but otherwise, it might be completely useless.On the note of the emails themselves, I've gotten two over the last week or so, claiming to be battle.net, saying that my account info had been changed and to check to make sure, or something. The first time, I hit up us.battle.net, logged in, noticed nothing had changed, deleted the email, confused. The second one, yesterday, I had just woken up, clicked the link in my drowsiness, and was faced with a big red screen saying ATTACK SITE BEWARE RAWR. Thank you, Firefox.
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