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Just do nothing, it's fake.
"Sdruws" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I received a message in my alternative Yahoo e-mail, advising me that
> changed my password. I have never ordered any change in my pass.
> previous facts, I am seriously suspecting someone hijacked my e-mail
> and probably is sending mails on my behalf. I contacted Yahoo by
> mail but
> cud only get automatic messages by reply with nonsense guidance.
> Can someone who had this problem before give me a highlight what to
> do ?
> Appreciate ur assistance.