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Do I need to reply to the email asking for my email password?

No! You must NEVER reply to e-mail asking you for your ENCS
account password, for your bank PIN, for your credit card number, or
for any other similar personal information. These messages are
fraudulent.

You can usually tell that the message is fake because the "Reply-To"
address is not the address of the institution that is supposed to
have sent the message, but in any case, no responsible institution
will ever ask for your password by e-mail.

If you give away your account password, your account will be used to
send spam, which will damage Concordia's reputation, and may result
in the suspension of your account.

If you have sent your ENCS account password in response to such a
message, CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD IMMEDIATELY and report the incident
to servicedesk@encs.concordia.ca so we can check for misuse of your
account.