Hi all

Just got an automatic reply to a post I just sent to Midrange-L from one
of the subscriber's mail systems to say it had a virus attached, and it
had been deleted. It didn't say which virus, and as I don't use Windows,
only send plain text and don't include attachments when posting to
Midrange, I can't see how it managed to get so confused. As the list
software strips attachments anyway, I can't see how genuine viruses could
propagate anyway. Does anyone else get these sort of replies?

Regards, Martin
MDaemon Warning - Virus Found
Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2002 09:26:52 +0200
From: postmaster@xxxxxx.xx
 To: martin@dbg400.net
Reply to: postmaster@xxxxxx.xx

 The following message had attachment(s) which contained viruses:

>From      : martin@dbg400.net
To        : xxxxx@xxxxxx.xx
Subject   : Re: srcmbr utility.
Date      : Wed, 14 Aug 2002 08:24:29 +0100
Message-ID: <20020814072421.LAQK23840.mta03-svc.ntlworld.com@there>

Attachment                    Virus name               Action taken
cf1750817916.hdr              ???                      Removed
martin@dbg400.net  jamaro@firstlinux.net  http://www.dbg400.net    /"\
DBG/400 - DataBase Generation utilities - AS/400 / iSeries Open    \ /
Source free test environment tools and others (file/spool/misc)     X
Debian GNU/Linux | ASCII Ribbon Campaign against HTML mail & news  / \

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