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Re: [casi] Strange E-Mails (should be, immediately, deleted!).

--- Bert Gedin <> wrote:
> Dear Suzy & List,
> These are my personal views/feelings, which CASI
> may, or may not agree with.
> But these days, any time really, we have to be most
> careful about
> worm/bug/virus infestation. As soon as I see
> anything the slightest suspect,
> I simply delete it, without much hesitation. And I
> have recieved lots of
> 'unusual' postings, recently. Including being
> flooded with scores of
> "C.A.S.I." messages. My feeling is these are
> possibly malicious, & potentially dangerous to our
> computers. My personal
> advice is: "If in doubt - DELETE!". Don't let
> curiousity get the better of
> you by investigating dodgy e-mails, esp. the
> attachments - don't gamble! If
> some of you have other views, esp. the computer
> buffs, please do share them!
The files that I recieved are not infected with a
virus, but they do constitute a violation of CASI's

They are also unsolicited.
I have asked Darin Zeilweger's ISP to remove his

I would ask other members to go to
to report this violation of his ISPs AUP.

Alun Harford

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