I seem to remember, someone else on this NG talking about the same e-mail
AT&T has anti virus software running on it's e-mail server, and the last
time I received a message from p_maturo, this came instead:
"This message has been processed by Brightmail(TM) Anti-Virus using
Symantec's Norton AntiVirus Technology.
deleted because the file cannot be cleaned."
The problem is: I received another e-mail today, with the attachment. I
know it has to be a virus also, because the message header contains:
In other words, it is trying to use a Bug in Outlook to auto run itself. It
says it is an "audio" file, but it is a "pif" instead. I doubt if any
legitimate e-mail does that, and since I've received other viruses from this
same address, I have to believe this is just another one. I'll bet it is a
mutated virus and wasn't recognized by "Brightmail" yet.
Now to running. I started with a bunch of people that ran 4 miles and ended
with the same group. The problem is, on the last 2 miles, I ran 1/2 mile
near flat out and then did a walk/jog recovery until part of the group
caught up, then did it again.
I consider that I ran 2 and 2 half miles, (3:10 first half mile, 3:22 second
half mile) but I covered a distance of 4 miles total, so did I run 3 or 4
miles this morning?