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Re: Snow Dwarf in Ebox again with Attachment

Hi Carol,
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs bounces off of the Hosta-Open listserver several times per week. It has even bounced twice in the same day before. Mallorn must be detecting Snow White and striping it of its attachment. Snow White has never passed through the Hosta-Open or the HostaPix listserves to my knowledge and I believe the listserves are safe.
I have had Snow White show up at my inbox directly from HaHaSexyFun with the dangerous attachment several times in the past but have not seen it in the last month.
Always delete Snow White and never open its attachment. Then delete Snow White in your deleted items folder.
I must not have received the thank you from Jim Hawes where Jim mentions Snow White. Was it a personal message you are referring to?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2001 11:54 AM
Subject: Snow Dwarf in Ebox again with Attachment

Hi guys,
The  " SNOW WHITE AND DWARFS  THE REAL STORY" showed up in my mailbox a few
minutes ago again.

Since Jim Hawes mentioned the same subject in his thank you this morning, I
didn't want anyone to open it thinking is was me in response to Jim's thank

I wonder if it gets triggered by the words showing up in our Email?  

Sorry Carolyn to mention it when you asked to not spread virus  rumors on
Phoenix, but I didn't want anyone to open it thinking it was from me.  The
one in my box came from Sexy Fun again.

That's all,
Carol in CT z6/5

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