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    Default Suspicion E Mail

    Receive suspicion e mails
    but worry its might cause trouble to computer.
    What to do, if still want to read them?

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    If you are suspicious, or your anti-virus/firewall says they are suspicious then please just delete them. It really is not worth running the risk of accidently introducing something into your pc that is potentially harmful.

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    I agree with Amanda, and on another note, not all anti-virus programs check those emails that are "up in space" - lol ... for instance, yahoo, I do not believe my anti-virus checks that, for I have seen alot of attachments coming through - a common one that contains a virus is an attachment with the .bat extension ...

    Just delete, they really are not worth the trouble they may cause.

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    Dont risk opening anything you are not sure of.

    Once you click there is no going back
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    Default Re: Suspicion E Mail

    Uff da......on it goes....

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    I don't open up questionable email, but if I want to have a looksy, this is what I do. I right click on the email and go to properties and click on the tab, details. Then I click on message source. That way I can look at all of the header info and the bulk of the message without opening it. If it still looks questionable, then I delete it right away. Has anyone else tried this?
    Cindy Smentowski

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    Yes Cindy, I do that all the time, it does work.

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