At 02:07 PM 8/20/2003, Karsten W. Rohrbach wrote:
There's quite a lot of usable stuff out there. Many Win32 users have
switched to Mozilla which seems to solve 100% of the Outlook-specific
attacks which account for... hmmm... 100% of the malicious email
messages of the last 6 months.
Unfortunately, that's not true. My father has to use Windoze because
several software programs for his industry (Real Estate, specifically
managing rentals) only come in Windoze flavors. He stays away from M$
client software whenever possible and was using Mozilla for email (until
yesterday, I'm getting him started on Eudora). His email software doesn't
automatically open attachments for him.