Virus in your computer?
Gordon Guthrie, BTP, BT, SE
Thu Jan 29 12:07:57 CET 2004
I am getting virus notifications as well, 2 separate as per:
A virus has been detected in an email message sent to you from
with a subject of test. This email has
been automatically deleted. If you wish to receive this message you need to
contact and inform them that a virus has
been detected and needs to be cleaned prior to you being able to receive the
I did report it to
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter-Henry Mander [mailto:]
> Sent: 28 January 2004 17:07
> To: Kent Boortz
> Subject: Re: Virus in your computer?
> Hi Kent,
> Nope, I don't run Windows or Outlook, This looks like my
> email has been harvested from the list website.
> On 28 Jan 2004 17:00:12 +0100
> Kent Boortz <> wrote:
> > We have got mails to the Erlang Questions list that
> contains a virus
> > and that look that they are sent from you (could be faked
> headers so I
> > can't say for sure). But if it is the case that your computer is
> > infected, please remove the virus. If you don't have time
> to correct
> > this, let me know and I will temporarely remove your from
> the Erlang
> > questions list.
> > The attachment document.zip contained the virus
> > Note that I don't say the mail was sent from you but I have to ask,
> > kent
> "The Tao of Programming
> flows far away
> and returns
> on the wind of morning."
Scottish Enterprise Network
Address & Contact Numbers
5 Atlantic Quay
Tel: +44 (0)141 248 2700.
Fax: +44 (0)141 221 3217
message is sent in confidence for the addressee only.
It may contain legally privileged information. The contents are not to
be disclosed to anyone other than the addressee. Unauthorised recipients
are requested to preserve this confidentiality and to advise the sender
immediately of any error in transmission.
More information about the erlang-questions