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Re: Has anyone seen this in their e-mail
From: Todd Burroughs <todd () hostopia com>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 01:56:38 -0500 (EST)

This is the standard Symantec CarrierScan message when it finds a virus.

I get lots of viruses in my email daily, there's not much point in posting
ones that get caught to the list.  Don't take this the wrong way, but this
is just an example of the common shyte flying around the Internet today.

Todd Burroughs

On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, Edward W. Ray wrote:

This e-mail contained one or more infected files.
The following attachments were infected and have been repaired:

No attachments are in this category.

The following infected attachments were deleted:

1. Attach.zip: W32.Beagle () mm!zip

You may wish to contact the sender to inform them about their infections.

This email was scanned and cleaned by Symantec AntiVirus.

------------ Original message text follows ------------

 This e-mail was addressed to my mail server.  It even looked authentic, but
since my mail server never sends me zip attachments I thought it strange.

Please be careful when opening.  The zip file contains an executable, and I
would assume it is some kind of virus or worm.

Has anyone else seen something similar?


Edward W. Ray

-----Original Message-----
From: administration () mmicman com [mailto:administration () mmicman com]
Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 12:33 AM
To: support () mmicman com
Subject: Email account utilization warning.

Dear  user of Mmicman.com e-mail server  gateway,

Your e-mail account will be disabled because of  improper using in next
three days,  if you  are  still wishing to use it, please,  resign your
account information.

Advanced details can be found in attached file.

For security reasons attached file is  password protected. The  password is

Best wishes,
    The  Mmicman.com team                http://www.mmicman.com

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