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My anti-virus software (Norton) has "caught" the klez virus on attachments almost daily for the past 2 weeks, and twice on 2 different days. I am assuming that someone who has me in their Outlook or Outlook Express has the virus and doesn't know it. (The sender and subject info is different every time. )

Is there some way to notify people to check their computer short of a mass mailing? Is there any way to narrow down the list?


This question was answered on February 12, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Well that's good you have anti-virus software, first record all of your contacts and delete them from your list two at a time each day to narrow down which email is causing the problem, it's possible this virus has attached itself to someone contact list and sends itself out to everyone on it And its possible that the virus has attached itself to another contact within your circle

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Posted by Eugene of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 12, 2003