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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: Bob <bobaxe@sbtek.net>
  • Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2001 10:10:56 -0500

Bill Meyer wrote:
> 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.

Hi Bill
	If you don't have outlook or outlook express the virus probably didn't
do much or maybe didn't even infect you. There was something about this
file either infecting randomly or sending messages out randomly.
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