tom wrote:
> Barbara
> If this message is OK, pass it along.  If not, I understand.
> Most of the e-mail type viruses use the address lists to proliferate.  I
> have tried to avoid polluting my comrades by not keeping an address
> list.  I just keep a copy of an e-mail from those to whom I may want to
> communicate.  When I want to send a message to that person, I just open
> that e-mail and hit reply.  This way if a virus does get into my system, it
> can't go any further.  I know it is a draconian solution, but if all
> address books were cleared, these viruses could not spread via the address
> book route.
> For many people this method would not be too much of a problem.
> Hope this helps.
> Have fun,
> Tom Curtis
> [log in to unmask]


 Back when I was too stupid to use the address book, that's exactly
 what I did. I guess I wasn't so stupid after all. Thanks for a good

 Wes Biggs
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