[ic] VIRUS Alert !!!!! Interchange-users digest
Steve & Patti Getzinger
Fri, 12 Jan 2001 15:00:47 -0500
David Wilson wrote:
> That is why I don't use a windows platform for email. I think filtering
> out all HTML based email would be reasonable. Those that would have a
> problem with this can go back and reconfigure a mail program.
> Mike Heins wrote...
> > Quoting Paul Aviles (email@example.com):
> > > I just received a virus from the mailing list. Please be careful on what you
> > > are sending and make sure your computers are clean before seding emails.
> > >
> > Another point in my argument against HTML mail and unnecessary
> > attachments.
> > Some people say I should filter for virii, but I don't think that
> > is the case. If you can't reject a simple virus like the Kakworm,
> > you need a new immune system. 8-)
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> David R. Wilson
> World Wide Network Services
> Nashville, Tennessee USA
> Interchange-users mailing list
Might as well throw a vote in for me. I say filter out all text based email! Just
kiddin but on a serious side I would not mind going back to the good old days of
text only email from the list. I blow away most all HTML email that comes my way
simply because it irritates me. If I wanted a web page I can go to your site. Never
gets read unless of course it is about a virus. Got to stay ahead of the game
there. Never know when my RH box might get feeling left out and decide to be
affected just to fit in. :)