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Re: He's working on it! Virus

  • Subject: Re: He's working on it! Virus
  • From: ShayDguy@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 09:57:21 EST

Dear friends,

In order to prevent your computer from sending out any virus you may 
inadvertently inherit, go to your address book and click on "add contact"  
Enter a new "person" as !0000 for an E-mail address and Virus alert for name. 
since there is no one at !0000, the virus can't spread via e-mail, even if 
you are unfortunate enough to get one.

Also, since viruses are spread by downloads (some of you with more 'puter 
experience that I have may check this), I download EVERYTHING to a floppy 
first--even if it is from a person I have known for years.  This saved me 
from two viruses in the last month.

Jim Dixon
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