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Thomas Zehetbauer wrote: | Make no assumptions, they are most certainly wrong, I thought that every | admin should have learned by now that e-mail worms use forged sender | addresses but I still get a lot of 'virus found in your mail - check | your computer' messages. Trouble is that for many anti-virus packages the default is to notify the sender. A windows administrator is used to just installing software and run with its default settings.
I recently had to change an symatec install because it would send out emails to people saying they were infected.
Software makers should update there software to remove this facility.
Regards - -- Phil Hannent
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