Thank you for the warning. It did look suspicious, and I did not open it. Sarah

Sarah A Weis, PhD, Technical Assistant III
Crops, Dairy, Livestock, Equine Group (but still an apple person at heart)
201 Natural Resources Rd
Bowditch Hall room 305
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003

On 3/29/2017 10:56 PM, David Kollas wrote:
        Tonight my inbox includes what is intended to look like a genuine 
Apple-Crop contribution, but I am
quite sure it is a scam that could produce problems, especially if the included 
links are opened.  It may not
have gone to everyone on the discussion list, but I think it worth calling 
attention to because “forewarned
is forearmed.”
The sender does not include his name, and he asks that you click on his MESSAGE link.

David Kollas
Kollas Orchard
Tolland, CT

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