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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V5 #52
Paul Krombholz wrote the following from an email that he received.
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Subject: Majordomo results: Honey
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Paul, I am convinced there is a virus going around. The tip-off to me is
the word "Honey" near the bottom, third last line. I have received about
6 e-mails at work in the last three days, all of which have been
identified as virus carriers. Trouble is (for the virus), at my work we
are all on Mac computers and the virus is completely nullified for us.
One of the e-mails that I received this morning was titled "Honey". It
contained two enclosures which would be where the virus is transmitted.
The odds of that word popping like this twice in one day is very small.
At least the server for this list does not allow enclosures through, so
even if this is annoying, it should be safe. Cynthia, I think this is
something which needs checking on. For everyone else, do not open ANY
enclosures which come in on e-mails you know nothing about. There is
definitely something going around right now!