Attachments to b-aus messages

Subject: Attachments to b-aus messages
From: John Penhallurick <>
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2000 10:31:38 +1100
Could I ask that people sending general messages to birding-aus not include
attachments.  Attachments, of course, are a way of spreading viruses.

If you've got some document that you can't paste into your email, then I
suggest that rather than sending the document to everyone, you let people
know that if they want the document, they can request you to send it to
them individually.

Russell, is there any way you can automatically prevent attachments being
distributed in birding-aus emails? 
John Penhallurick
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