The unintentioned "phantom attachment" may be the result of using
Netscape. When I highlight a part of the message or add some other
font-related feature, I am asked if I want to:
___ Send in Plain Text and HTML
___ Send in Plain Text only
___ Send in HTML only
I usually click on the first choice and I think that mat be the source
of the phantom attachment.
73- Fred Roberts, W6TKV
Stu Greene wrote:
> At 09:03 PM 2/22/98, you wrote:
> >For some time now I've been noticing that some e-mails are arriving
> >what I call "phantom attachments."
> Pete...one arrived this morning and I simply didn't execute it. The
> attachment as I recall was about 3.5KB and and had to do with hazers.
> The easiest thing is don't double click on the attachment. Delete it.
> your hard drive will be safe. 73 Stu
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