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Re: Lu's strange posts Delete if there is an attachment here

  • Subject: Re: Lu's strange posts Delete if there is an attachment here
  • From: "Bill Meyer" <njhosta@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Aug 2001 10:36:30 -0400

Hi Bob,
         I'm still not seeing any problems here. Did I send out the virus
too? I don't see it in my sent mail and it hasn't come back to me. Do you
know the specific name of the file that I should hunt down? I don't know
what to do at this point, and I'm already late going out.


> Bill Meyer wrote:
>  They appear to be normal work-related material, not
> > anything strange.
> Hi Bill
> They were viruses with a bellsouth file included in the middle of them.
> They are wierd and send out random messages only through outlook, a
> microsoft product written in visual basic.
> --
> Bye
> Bob
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