Hoax email message
Although many hoaxes are blocked, some will always get through and today sees another example, as below, delivered perhaps from firstname.lastname@example.org (though spammers will often pretend to send from several different addresses). Please delete and ignore any such messages - if in doubt, forward to us. Clues to this being a hoax lie in the poor grammar, reference to a generic 'Central email system' and link to a non-Birkbeck address.
"To ensure quick, responsive e-mail services, it is necessary to establish limits on the amount of e-mail each user may store on the system. The volume of e-mail you are storing on the Central e-mail system is now exceeding your normal space allocation. To request for more storage space on your webmail account, simply click or copy and paste the following link in your browser: http://www.formmail-maker.com/ini/......"