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Re: Is there a virus?
>The mailing lists on igtc.com cannot send you a virus.
At least not a computer virus. Emotional viruses
are sent and spread at random. All members are
impacted. The only prevention is common sense and
patience. It can be very unsettling. ;-o
>1) Any attachements sent to the list get stripped off before a message
gets posted to the list
Good policy! Viruses often hide in attachments.
>2) The list only sends plain text
Better policy! Styled text can get out of hand.
HTML sent to a primitive email program can appear
>3) igtc.com is a linux box :)
Hurray! I know Linux; Linux is my friend. Matt Kent
probably uses Linux for The Who chat board; herefore
Matt Kent is my friend. (speculation alert.)
>If you get a virus message purporting to come from igtc.com, I assure
you, it's a forgery.
> - Paul -
How do we know you're the real Paul? This is very off
topic you know! (kidding, really!) ;-)
Joe in Philly - Awaiting the IMPLOSION of Veterans Stadium
this morning. I saw The Who there in 1989 (first time).
It changed my life. I now play the guitar. I am member
on Who mailing lists. I've met lots of folks who I
regard as friends. :)