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Just to confirm, yes the firstname.lastname@example.org address is a valid Atlassian email address. As others have already noted this address is primarily used by services such as Atlassian Access (previously known as Identity) in regards to
This address can also be used by other Atlassian Cloud services, such as in Confluence in regards to watcher notifications.
I hope this helps to clarify the usage here.
Without seeing the content of your email, I'm hesitant to confirm it's authenticity. However I can confirm that e.atlassian.com and t.atlassian.com are used to send emails. From some internal research on the topic it appears that this is specifically something that marketing teams have designated for use.
Dear @Andy Heinzer ,
Yesterday we received an email from email@example.com which seems "reliable":
Subject: Security advisory for critical vulnerability in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center
We are writing to inform you of a critical security vulnerability that exists in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center.
We recommend that you upgrade to a fixed version as soon as possible to ensure that you are not affected. If you are unable to upgrade Confluence immediately, then apply the temporary workaround as mentioned in the advisory. Please see the full advisory to learn more and access the fixed versions.
The Atlassian team
It contains also a blue button 'See full advisory' but I cannot read the url it targets, because of obfuscation made automatically by my Outlook software.
So, is it a trustable email?
@Nicolas Casel Yes that email is from Atlassian. There was a security advisory for Confluence Server/Data Center that was issued just yesterday. You can read more about it over in https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-security-advisory-2021-08-25-1077906215.html
Some time we get email from the following email. It is legitimate?
This information is insufficient for us to determine. It's likely that mail that actually comes from that am.atlassian.com address did come from an Atlassian service, but it is possible that someone has created a site to send spam with our services.
What would help us to investigate this would be to know the exact email address this message was sent to OR the Atlassian Mail Transaction ID that could be found in the email headers OR if we could see other details of the message that would indicate to us which Atlassian Cloud site sent the message.
If you question the legitimacy of any message from an Atlassian site, I recommend forwarding that message to our firstname.lastname@example.org address. We cannot reply to messages sent there, but these are reviewed by our abuse team to determine if a site is violating our acceptable use policy.
Had the exact same question: I figured out that despite the email not going to my personal email address (it was sent to a global address list in the company), what Atlassian wanted was a password reset for their website - so that for example I could answer in this forum... at least I think that's what they want.
Gotta say, the email was incredibly vague, and confusing for those who work for organisations that use LDAP authentication methods... I could not understand initially why Atlassian would want me to change my 'password' :/ Since I don't frequent their website on a regular basis, it was a totally weird way to communicate a reset.
In any case, to be certain, I did NOT select the reset password button in their email.
I mean, it's a valid address from which Atlassian sends mail. But it's a no_reply, so it's not expected that you would be able to send to that address.
And that is not to say that someone might have spoofed the sender, or that someone is abusing one of our Cloud services that sends email.
Care to share what the email you received was? I would be interested to learn more here, @Jan Neger
Hi @Jan Neger yes that is a real email from our services. I can see it was sent to Gemma, who is the billing contact for that site. We don't have billing details for that account (ie there are no credit card details on file). This lack of payment details could result in the site being deactivated or suspended due to lack of payment. Gemma's account can update these payment details either on https://my.atlassian.com or on https://admin.atlassian.com
You're account probably cannot do this as you are neither a billing contact, nor are you a site-admin. This is something that Gemma would have to complete.
It appears that you went over the free limit of 10 users. When that happens, Jira automatically will upgrade your site to the next level as part of an evaluation of the standard support offering. Looking at it now, you appear to have since reduced the number of licensed users below 11 again. In which case, your site also appears to have switched back down to the free plan.
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