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Date: Fri, 1 Jan 1904 02:19:47 +1000
Chris Coleborn's message bounced - here it is ...

I sincerely apologize to those that may have received one of "those"
K-e-a-r-n infected messages from me. I am sorry to say that I was one of
those duped also by an e-mail supposedly from a person I knew with an attachment, and
though I quickly woke up to the problem as soon as I opened the attachment
and deleted it, before I knew it -  had me!

Can anyone advise me on how I can ascertain whom may have
received an infected e-mail from me? I really need to try to work out to
whom I have to write and warn/apologize to for this annoying problem.

I appreciate all the helpful advice given already from others on Birding-aus
re this virus.


Chris Coleborn
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