Question about Facebook Social Network
Please be absolutely certain that this email is from Facebook and that the link(s) within the email are pointed to facebook.com - otherwise this may not be a legitimate email message from Facebook (in which case you should simply delete the message).
If all is well and it looks legitimate:
If you can, copy and paste the link that they have provided into your browser. To do this, use your mouse to highlight the entire link (should read something like http://www.facebook.com/some/link.php?etc). Right-click on the highlighted link and select 'Copy' from the list. Now in the address-portion of your browser right-click and select 'Paste' from the list. Once the link has been pasted to the browser, hit 'Enter' on your keyboard.
Alternatively, if there is no link showing in the email that you've received (that is it is something that says click here or similar), you will need to view the email as plain text (not as HTML). Enabling this depends on the email client that you are using.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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