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Majordomo results: "Virus detected and cleaned; was:"import

From: majordomo
Subject: Majordomo results: "Virus detected and cleaned; was:"import
Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 20:57:39 -0500


>>>> This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
**** Command 'this' not recognized.
>>>> ------=_NextPart_000_0000_00005AEE.00002E88
**** Command '------=_nextpart_000_0000_00005aee.00002e88' not recognized.
>>>> Content-Type: text/plain;
**** Command 'content-type:' not recognized.
>>>>    charset="Windows-1252"
**** Command 'charset="windows-1252"' not recognized.
>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
**** Command 'content-transfer-encoding:' not recognized.
>>>> i've found it about you
**** Command 'i've' not recognized.
>>>> ------=_NextPart_000_0000_00005AEE.00002E88
**** Command '------=_nextpart_000_0000_00005aee.00002e88' not recognized.
>>>> Content-Disposition: attachment
**** Command 'content-disposition:' not recognized.
>>>> Content-Type: Text/HTML;
**** Command 'content-type:' not recognized.
>>>>   name="disco.rtf.pif.htm"
**** Command 'name="disco.rtf.pif.htm"' not recognized.
>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
**** Command 'content-transfer-encoding:' not recognized.
>>>> X-NAI-WebShielde500-mimepp: Attachment removed
**** Command 'x-nai-webshielde500-mimepp:' not recognized.
>>>>  <html><head><meta HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" content="text/html; 
>>>> charset=UTF-8">
**** Command '<html><head><meta' not recognized.
>>>> <title>VIRUS INFECTION ALERT</title></head>
**** Command '<title>virus' not recognized.
>>>> <body>
**** Command '<body>' not recognized.
>>>> <h1><font color="#FF0000">VIRUS INFECTION ALERT</font></h1>
**** Command '<h1><font' not recognized.
>>>> <p>The Iowa State University Scanning Service discovered a virus in the 
>>>> file attached to this e-mail.
**** Command '<p>the' not recognized.
>>>> The virus could not be removed from the attachment and so the attachment 
>>>> has been deleted.
**** Command 'the' not recognized.
>>>> If this attachment is needed, please contact the sender.</p>
**** Command 'if' not recognized.
>>>> <p>  </p>
**** Command '<p>' not recognized.
>>>> <p>File name: disco.rtf.pif<br>
**** Command '<p>file' not recognized.
>>>> Virus name: W32/address@hidden</p>
**** Command 'virus' not recognized.
>>>> <p>  </p>
**** Command '<p>' not recognized.
>>>> <p>For more information on anti-virus packages that are site-licensed by 
>>>> Iowa State University, go to:</p>
**** Command '<p>for' not recognized.
>>>> <p><a
**** Command '<p><a' not recognized.
>>>> href="http://www.ait.iastate.edu/virus/";>http://www.ait.iastate.edu/virus/</a></p>
**** Command 
 not recognized.
>>>> <p>For further assistance, contact the Solution 
**** Command '<p>for' not recognized.
>>>> Center in 195 Durham Center (<a
**** Command 'center' not recognized.
>>>> href="mailto:address@hidden";>address@hidden
**** Command 'href="mailto:address@hidden";>address@hidden' not recognized.
>>>> </a>, 515-296-6000).</p>
**** Command '</a>,' not recognized.
>>>> </body></ht
**** Command '</body></ht' not recognized.
>>>> ------=_NextPart_000_0000_00005AEE.00002E88--
**** Command '------=_nextpart_000_0000_00005aee.00002e88--' not recognized.
**** No valid commands found.
**** Commands must be in message BODY, not in HEADER.

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