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Old September 19th 20, 06:53 PM posted to alt.comp.os.windows-10
Carlos E.R.[_3_]
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Default Word look alike?

On 19/09/2020 19.24, nospam wrote:
In article , Carlos E.R.
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attachments are sometimes passworded, however.


Yes, my bank does that with automated emails (machine generated).


how does your bank communicate the password to you if it's a machine
generated email?


It has been agreed first. I think there is a place on the web page where
I can change it.

i hope the password is not sent via email, although it would not
surprise me at all.


Me neither, but no :-D


However, the staff don't know how to do it when I email with them.


find a new bank, one which takes security seriously.


They are all the same.

The computer staff do understand it, which is how they do the excerpt
PDFs they send periodically. But the normal staff don't.

The bosses should order the computer staff to create a messaging
platform on the web page, which is how I have been told some foreign
banks do it.



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Cheers, Carlos.
 




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