Quoting Rory Browne (rory.browne at gmail.com):
> What exactly is wrong with making a slight change to the name of an
> attached file, so that it cannot infect your computer.
I am wondering:
1. Why the correct fix to an operating system that can be "infected"
merely by sending it e-mail isn't, in fact, to take it out and shoot it.
2. Where is the Linux relevance. Unless this has suddenly become the
"Let's advocate wacky changes to Gmail to prop up criminally defective
non-Linux software", you would seem to be wildly off-topic.
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