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Anyone else getting massive amounts of spam from accounts on in form of team invitations?

We're getting repeating sequences of identical invitations ("Your team is waiting for you to join them") within a couple of hours (up to ten per invitation). Targets are email adresses that are not registered with atlassian.

This should be suppressed by atlassian! Invitations should be one-offs and unrepeatable to prevent spam!

atlassian sender accounts are (for example):

invite-links go to

content are typically of type:
You've been invited to collaborate on Facebook (3) missed messages!I want sex.
You've been invited to collaborate on Facebook (6) missed messages Anna want sex.


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I don't think these are actually coming from Atlassian systems.  It's a doddle to put a different "from" address on an email, so it, on the surface, looks like it's from a user at another domain.

I suspect someone has done that, and nicked the text from an Atlassian signup email to make it look a bit more genuine.

Best thing you can do is forward some of them to - they will want all the headers and trace info, so please use a simple "forward" in your send, don't try to save the email and attach it.  Also, they're not really too bothered about explanations!  They know there's a problem with spam, they just need the raw data or the incoming email.

Well, according to the headers, they indeed come from

It's a bit more work to spoof the headers, but the answer remains reporting it to Atlassian to see if it really is from there.

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