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Date:         Thu, 13 Jul 2006 14:13:59 -0400
Reply-To:     Thomas Myers <thomas.myers@XEROX.COM>
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From:         Thomas Myers <thomas.myers@XEROX.COM>
Subject:      Multiple vanagon listserv request notes/who's got the mailer
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The multiple listserv notes coming off the vanagon server are a consequence of someone on the list having a mailer virus.

The virus is sending notes to all the addresses in someones inbox/address book - yet relabelling the outgoing note with yet another REPLY TO: address beforehand.

Hence- the vanagon server is simply replying to a note that it thinks came

From you - but was, in fact sent by another member's infected computer.

[PC actually]

Tom 90 Westy Rochester NY

> From: Clint Kolda <clint_kolda@YAHOO.COM> > Reply-To: Clint Kolda <clint_kolda@YAHOO.COM> > Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 10:54:51 -0700 > To: <vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM> > Subject: Re: [Syncro] Was there ever a 2.1WBX Turbo option? >

> > On a side note, do any other Vanagon Digest readers get the following text > attached to 50%-75% of all messages lately? > > > > Your message to vanagon-request@GERRY.VANAGON.COM has been forwarded > to > the "list owners" (the people who manage the vanagon list). If you >

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