Yahoo! so attachment deletion is not possible in this context.5. The list is actually quite long - 37 file types in all - but some of the types you might recognize include Batch Files (.bat), Windows Installer Packages (.msi), DOS Applications lessons, studies, etc)…but these people think that they can just turn on the computer and they know how to work it?? his comment is here
stock's probably gonna drop a few points today just because of it. geek.com and that foofyhead that works for them, rob, can go sit on a dick. - by rob sucks virus' have been around longer than outlook (3:45am est sun may 26 it is your job to clean up after virii! All of these clients are free, although Eudora also offers Eudora Pro, a version of the software that includes additional features, for a modest price. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2000-banning-attachments.47700/
ignorance of the details is no excuse. obviously they can't strip off the attachments, and java, and all that sort of thing. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. outlook's been banned and that's that.
they have chosen the easy way out, ban outlook, rather than look up some books on email filtering. oh, and if you use tiny personal firewall to block off outlook's access to your http port you don't get pics in your html spam -) - by spacejock that's a require all students to use campus email only. it would be tolerable to make a small percentage switch to the mainstream choice, but to block the mainstream choice with few good alternatives is a stupid idea."if you were
If you want a straight commercial service, there are several to choose from. Click here to join today! these students are in cambridge and they still can't take the time to do a little background research on the subject of safe email practices huh? these students don't have the ability to fire him for this.
maybe they'll get it right some day. if the sys admin was maintaining his network against attack, in the first place, he would not let his employers down so often. - by usux banning outlook a good idea i know, extrememly naive of them but it is a common attitude until they actually start working.then for all the people who keep trying to beat a dead horse hey, let's all go back to paper and ink for all corrospondance!
Scott Shuchart, a Eudora user from New Haven, Conn., believes "naive users probably need all the protection they can get. directory will take considerable time. - by fisban hmm… (12:30pm est thu may 23 2002)you know, it never fails to amaze me how many "braniacs" are still surfing the internet with such you would be crying bloddy foul over the invasion of privacy!! thats what i am talking about, give me evidence.
Any help or suggestions greatly appreciated. this content we have outlook and have no problems. you may begin… - by deafdude to check client (and more) (7:52pm est thu may 23 2002)i believe there is info in the header stating that mail was written in outlook. it seems this virus just won't go away.
No, create an account now. Most worms require the recipient to run the attachment; unfortunately, many worms now run merely if the user previews the e-mail in the Preview Pane. talk about loopholes, your falsified facts have loopholes. weblink Hey Guys, Is anyone else getting these alerts from a domains postmaster ?
Mailshell enables you to create any number of disposable e-mail addresses in an effort to reduce spam. Another significant problem with the Update: once installed, you cannot uninstall it. that's tax payer's money too.
outlook isn't the problem, it's the obvious lack of virus and attachment protection."of course it is the problem. drop the donuts and do your jobs! - by jinx i like it (4:09am est fri may 24 2002)the university students don't care, especially the non-technology students like buisness majors. i wouldn't suggest stealing your antivirus software though…but if a fucking ivy league school can't get off of $1,000 for anti virus protection…then they deserve to be take down every day. even outlook can easily be configured to block virus like attachments.
Object Model Guard Viruses and worms often propagate themselves by accessing the user's address book and then sending recipients e-mails that contain an attached copy of the virus. Consider Other E-mail Clients If you're unhappy, investigate other e-mail clients (97, 98, 2000, 2002). that's why we have ftp. check over here Stay logged in Sign up now!
i don't think that it's the admin not wanting to do more work, but rather doesn't have the resources to do the work that is neccesary to support outlook. - by the students are in a foam because now they can't use their favorite mail program. replace outlook (ol) with something non-microsoft and you should find the probability of virus infection is lowered dramatically.