[SC-Help] Re: Show me where the attachment is
nobody at spamcop.net
Thu Apr 22 11:21:41 EDT 2004
"Mike Easter" <MikeE at ster.invalid> wrote in message
news:c68nbj$9q9$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> So, altho' OE's 'guidance' to the paperclip sez: "The message has
> or more files attached." -- that isn't exactly what it means.
Is there any chance that some virus checkers would get confused also?
The reason I am asking all these questions is that there are several
people in the web forum who swear up and down that spammers are sending
them viruses (usually in response to a report).
I just am trying to figure out why they would think that. Usually the
only 'paperclips' I get are either files that I am expecting or
viruses. Occasionally, Fw:Fw: will have files attached. So the
'paperclip' is a heads up that this a virus for me so it might be for
other people also.
Would OE get confused about this particular sample because I have 'read
in plain text only' checked?
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