Board of Education Board of Education Bios Board of Education Meetings Current Agendas & Approved Minutes Archived Agendas & Minutes Board Policies
Business Services Human Resources Instructional Services
Departments Benefits Certificated - Human Resources Classified - Human Resources Elementary Education Federal and State Department Finance Head Start Information Technology Services Maintenance, Operations and Facilities Development Nutrition Services Parent Support Services Payroll Police Services Procurement & Logistics Pupil & Community Services Risk Management Secondary Education Technology Integration Special Education Transportation Workers' Compensation Instructional Services
Our Schools Head Start Program Elementary Schools Intermediate Schools High Schools Alternative Education Adult Education
College Bound Today District Calendars Universities & Colleges Comprehensive Learning Framework Friends of MUSD Foundation L.C.A.P. Past News Articles School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
Programs AVID Montebello Teacher Induction Program Pathways

Information Technology Services

Spam Prevention

Do you receive lots of junk email messages from people you don't know? It's no surprise if you do. As more people use email, marketers are increasingly using email messages to pitch their products and services. Some consumers find unsolicited commercial email - also known as "spam" - annoying and time consuming; others have lost money to bogus offers that arrived in their email in-box.

The Federal Trade Commission's website has information about the recent law enforcement actions against deceptive commercial email and spammers' responsibilities under the CAN-SPAM law. In the "For Consumers" section, you'll find tips on how to reduce the amount of spam email in your in-box.

If you get spam email that you think is deceptive, forward it to spam@uce.gov. The FTC uses the spam stored in this database to pursue law enforcement actions against people who send deceptive email.