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Re: [sharechat] virus ex sharechat


From: robin benson <rob@hammerheadmedia.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 09:01:30 +0000


What is actually happening is that somebody (actually, people) 
receiving list postings have been infected and the virus/worm is 
dispatching itself to people whose addresses are found in postings to 
the list.

If you're using a PC running Microsoft software then be warned - you 
are particularly prone to viruii/worms and you need some protection.

Regards

Robin

On 30 Jan 2004, at 05:49, J Insley wrote:

> 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.
> further note: If you see an attachment with this then don't open it 
> 'cos I
> didn't attach one.


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