- I just sent an email to this site and when it was delivered to me it had a
picture attachment that I didn't send. I have noticed this a lot with mail I
have been betting form the egroup. Dies anyone know what is happening?
- Seems the eGroups tag line "Alert" gets shows as an attachment. Note
Peters (Sorry if spelled this wrong, Lois) file almost always have
this as attachment
when I receive it. What's the problem, Dunno!
Sir John, Earl of Berkshire
What good is information if not shared with others?
Researching: Mikeska, Scasta/Stasta, Balcar, Nedbalek, Garrett,
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2000 9:19 AM
Subject: [TexasCzechs] picture attached
| I just sent an email to this site and when it was delivered to me it
| picture attachment that I didn't send. I have noticed this a lot
with mail I
| have been betting form the egroup. Dies anyone know what is
| Del Smajstrla
Subject: Re: [TexasCzechs] picture attached
| Thanks, Sir Earl. Are they safe to open?
Yes, in this case it is. However, if you get a picture
or file ending in .exe or .com and do not know where
it came from or why someone was so kind to send
it to you = delete it without opening. DON"T worry
what it was!!!
Here is the advertisement attached to most of the
eGroups messages. You may mistake it as a message formeGroups, but I actually attached it to this file in HTML format,which will therefore show the advertisment below.