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Rec'd a "buddylist" friend request from this forum


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Is this legitimate that I rec'd in my mac mail inbox? Doesn't look like it to me, though the url seems to be correct. I tried to do a search of buddylist but found nothing. Don't want to click on it till I know. Here's the message in its entirety - thanks:

Dear Newbie2mac,

Geneva has requested that you become friends. You can approve or deny this request by visiting:
http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/pro...p?do=buddylist

All the best,
Mac-Forums.com
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Click on the 'Profile' link - then click on 'Contacts and Friends' in the left column under 'Networking'.

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