"VIRUS" warning

To: "Birding-Aus" <>
Subject: "VIRUS" warning
From: "Terry Pacey" <>
Date: Wed, 22 May 2002 17:23:11 +1000
Good evening all

Just back from a month away.  No birding just lots of rest.

While I was away, my computer was completely disconnected from the net - no
power or cable connection.  When I returned, I was staggered to find a
message from a System Administrator informing me I had sent an email which
contained a virus.  As many of you know, my virus protection is updated
daily and I do not leave unread messages on the computer.  I updated my
system, ran a check and no virus.  The addressee was not in my address book
either.  Puzzled beyond belief, I contacted someone,who,although not a
subscriber to Birding-aus, regularly reads the archives.  He informed me of
the messages that appeared on Birding-aus regarding this virus.

For those who doubt that such a virus is in existence, my experience shows
that it IS out there.

Terry Pacey

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