Also, from time to time, spammers fake the return address... I've received mail purportedly from dqsd-users, but with bogus content.

- Kim

John W. Bairen, Jr. wrote:
no. but Ryan had attached a .js file (helpbox.js) which may have thrown red flags to Outlook or an AV program.

    [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Paul
    *Sent:* Friday, April 22, 2005 4:38 AM
    *Subject:* [DQSD-Users] Virus?

    Did anyone else receive warnings from their AV software that some of the
    messages from
    this list over the last day or 2 may have contained a virus or viruses?

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