I think these attachments have something to do with how the message is sent.
I ran my virus scan on 2 attachments from the list this afternoon and came
up with nothing. Noting that the attachments were .eml files I opened them.
While they did come in the form of an attachment, there was nothing except a
copy of the original letter. The .eml is simply an e-mail file, like .txt is
a text file, and .gif & .jpg are graphics. Also, when I open e-mail at
school I get alot of attachments from this list, but virtually none at
home - I attribute this to how the e-mail routes itself.???
> Betsy and All, I think something very strange is going on because I did
> send an attachment on any of my messages. If I would have sent an
> attachment, I would have announced it first. I have been getting assorted
> attachments from some of our messages too and just deleted them. We must
> have some kind of virus on the list but I ran a scan and nothing showed
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
Version: 6.0.280 / Virus Database: 147 - Release Date: 9/11/01