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Re: [sharechat] virus ex sharechat


From: "Cristine Kerr" <criskerr@optusnet.com.au>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 18:17:10 +1000


Hi Malcolm,
 
Saw my name mentioned. I'm sorry if my mail had you worried. I know what that's like.
 
I haven't sent any attachments.
 
I did send one large email which I thought had initially bounced as it came back to me, but it did eventually come through normally on my end.
 
It contained a quite large (very, very good) written analysis on Visiomed (VSG) within the mail but there was no attachment.
 
I just opened the copy that arrived here. It is OK but as I said, quite a large email as the analysis was quite detailed.
 
Could it have been that one?
 
 
I have also re-used that same email by forwarding it and adding the recent ASX news item on VSG today. Maybe that was what it was.
 
 
I would be happy to break up the analysis into small instalments, eg; Part 1, 2, 3 to make it smaller so it doesn't upset anyone's system. It really is a good read.
 
 
Would be happy to send in smaller parts, and again, I'm sorry if I caused undue concern.
 
 
Let me know if you haven't seen the analysis but would like to.
 
 
Regards,
Cris
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 5:40 PM
Subject: RE: [sharechat] virus ex sharechat

Jim I have not picked up a virus because my set up at the moment has been
set up by some very highly paid computer experts. What I am trying to do is
stop the unessary sending of attachements. IE one entittled cheers
something. Wich i will not open even though it passed norton. Apparantly at
least when I use a reply to an email with an attachment it does not resend
the attachment. what I was trying to do was resend an email with the cheers
attachment from cristine. THank you for your concern
Malcolm






>From: J Insley <jinsley@paradise.net.nz>
>Reply-To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>To: sharechat@sharechat.co.nz
>Subject: [sharechat] virus ex sharechat
>Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 18:59:53 +1300
>
>Malcolm,I very much doubt that you got a virus from sharechat.  There was
>no
>attachment on the note you sent me,and there wasn't one on the original
>either. If you are using Outlook Express then I suspect you are confusing
>an
>attachment with a 'copy' of the airmail that the user is referring to.
>Putting it another way,if you reply to this email by 'clicking' the reply
>button,the text of what I have just typed will be included in your reply.
>cheers, Jim.
>  this time there is one.It is quite harmless,and just a
>test...............Jim
>
>
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