BANNED CONTENTS ALERT
Our content checker found
banned name: multipart/mixed | application/octet-stream,.zip,mail.zip |
.dat,mail.htm ... .exe
in email presumably from you <ilug at linux.ie>
to the following recipients:
-> backupmail at cse.ucdavis.edu
-> scott at cse.ucdavis.edu
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Subject: Returned mail: see transcript for details
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automatic malware propagation is largely reduced.
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