Kansas Net caught that one for me yesterday and it
does have a virus. they also had some way of tracing it back to it's source.
Last week I got a different one from MAILER DEAMON and sent it to the FBI. I
have not heard back from them yet but have been instructed to turn it over to
the local police departments as it is outgoing mail only address and so far has
cost me 4 repair bills for my computer. thankyou for the alert. Kansas. net does
not catch everything and I appreciate your effort. I am not certain what can be
done about this one though as the address it was traced to seems like it is
legitamate and was probably infected just like everyone else who falls prey to
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