unsolicited message

unsolicited message

[‚ən·sə′lis·əd·əd ′mes·ij]
(computer science)
A warning or error message that is automatically issued by a computer program when it detects a problem, and that does not depend on the operator making a query.
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Regardless of whether or not you ever paid a single bill a day late in your life, this kind of unsolicited message nevertheless creates an uneasy feeling in anyone and everyone who receives it.
An award, however, is an uncomplicated and unsolicited message of commendation for something we've invested a great slab of our life in.
The phishing attack features a plain, yet clever unsolicited message instructing 'customers' to follow a link and confirm their account information.
The unsolicited message reading "Rise and shine, vote 104, your Edgar," which was sent en-masse to local residents, had some commentators questioning whether Savisaar was manipulating popular media for his own personal gain.
Unaware that this electronic exchange had taken place or even that Mondosoft was interested in being part of the Enterprise Search Center, when I checked my e-mail after lunch, I came upon an unsolicited message saying that Mondosoft had crawled all of ITI's sites, and the results were ready to go live in our Enterprise Search Center.
Fines are set at $1,000 for each unsolicited message and up to $1 million for blitz campaigns that send out thousands of unsolicited sale pitches.
The penalty prescribed by law is $10 for each unsolicited message.
The ICO said that anyone who receives an unsolicited message should avoid replying and report it to the ICO.
Rather than confirming your email address to a complete stranger by replying to this unsolicited message and delete the email".
The penalty for each unsolicited message is a EUR3.
The recipient objected to receiving the unsolicited message.