A device began syncing with the devices connected to your Firefox account
I received a stunningly unhelpful email today (image attached) which is completely pointless unless I *was* the person syncing a new copy of Firefox on another laptop. If this wasn't me, how do I know? What device? What location? What exact time? And if I had any questions - as in 'this wasn't me - what do I do now?' where's the email address / what forum do I raise this in?
It's a bad email because 1) the grammar is awful - why not just say "a new device began syncing with your Firefox Account" 2) it should include an "if this wasn't you, please go to... and change your password now" comment.
Thanks for a cool browsing experience, but please fix this email!
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Hi. I thought I'd added a pic of the message received to my original post - seems I didn't. Please see (hopefully) attached...