Re: [miniaturebooks] Virus and such
- Hello from a new voice--
It's been most enjoyable reading the ccomments and observations
from other MBS folks these past few months, but then when that dreaded
virus struck I was afraid to open anything for awhile. So Angelika's note
yesterday was most welcomed, and I'm back keeping tabs on all the comments
and currents. For anybody interested, I would appreciate some helpful
guidance or advice. I want to publish a miniature book on The Rosetta
Stone. (In my office I have an exact duplicate, a pressing, of the stone
which I bought at the British Museum years ago.) Does anybody know a
publisher of miniatures who might be interested in taking on this job? I
have the complete manuscript and have bound a sample copy. Any help or
suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
At 10:57 PM 11/29/00 +0100, Angelika Jaeck wrote:
>Hi everybody,[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>I am terribly sorry for causing so much trouble here. I really
>did have a virus, one that sneaks e-mails out of your own pc
>right after you sent one. Why do people waste their time and
>energy programming all the useless viruses?
>I didn't know I had one, it is the first one I got in my 5 online
>years. My virus protection was quite old and couldn't recognize
>the virus because it is a newer one. So I bought another program,
>updated it via internet and it repaired all my infected files.
>Now my pc is clean and it's safe to send mails again. The virus
>is not as dangerous as some are, just causes a lot of trouble but
>you can easily get rid of it with out losing your files.
>I know some of you have caught the virus, because some e-mail
>programs automatically open every attachment! If yours does, try
>to find out how you can change that. My sincere apologies to
>anyone whos pc was infected.
>If you want to be sure that you didn't catch the darn thing, then
>send me an e-mail. If I get a sneaky mail right after yours, then
>your pc is infected and I'll let you know.
>My new virus protection (Norton Antivirus 2000) is wonderful,
>easy to use and it works with email attachments, so it will block
>out all new viruses that come from the internet!
>Now, let's get back to miniature books. I would also be
>interested in participating in any deal concerning the Bela Blau