On 4 May 2000, Ronan Farrell wrote:
> You know if it weren't for the amount of work the systems/IT teams would
> have to do, I'd recommend letting every silly user (Linux/Unix/Windows
> they all have them) click on such attachments. Burn their fingers.. it
> makes a great lesson... plus I'd really worry if my manager sent me an
> email saying that he loved me!
I'm in an office with three other people all of us with Windows98, they
all read their mail in outlook, i read mine through a telnet connect. In
sucsession (sp?) each of them open the mail and did what ever it is you
do. Very scary. One of them is the network admin as well!:)
Bother! said Pooh, and reinstalled TLX Tag-X Pro v1.20.
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