[Spambayes] what do i do with the infected file?
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Thu Sep 28 14:28:16 CEST 2006
SpamBayes looks for spam, not viruses. You should have a separate
antivirus program. If you do (and it's good), no viruses will reach your
inbox, so it's OK for Outlook to open them.
I imagine you have messages displayed automatically in a reading pane.
You can turn this off, in which case messages will only display (in a
new window) when you double-click the subject. With Outlook 2003, select
View > Reading Pane > Off from the menu. (The process may or may not be
the same with other versions of Outlook.)
To directly answer the question to actually asked: I delete spam
permanently. I sometimes look over the subjects and senders first to be
sure there aren't any messages that were misclassified.
From: spambayes-bounces at python.org [mailto:spambayes-bounces at python.org]
On Behalf Of Clare
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 7:41 PM
To: spambayes at python.org
Subject: [Spambayes] what do i do with the infected file?
What do I do with the infected file? Do I delete them? Utlook opens them
automatically if you select them to delete.
Clare McHugh Von Stieglitz
Senior Case Manager
Juvenile Justice Diversion Program - YWCA
08 8928 0588
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