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« on: August 02, 2004, 06:42:43 PM »

Hello everyone.

I first learnt it when I signed in to MSN Messenger for the first time in a while.  Now, normally I would have to re-new my "passport" because of me not signing in, but not this time.  I looked at my many new messages and, along with the usuall MSN junk I get, there were a number of messages from Mail Delivery Systems, Subsystems and Services of forign sites (Italian ones first, but now others).  I can see the message that I (supposedly) sent.  Here is a few quotes-

    If the message will not displayed automatically,
    follow the link to read the delivered message.

    Received message is available at:
    www.behmer.de/inbox/info/read.php?sessionid-20416


    If the message will not displayed automatically,
    follow the link to read the delivered message.

    Received message is available at:
    www.jumpy.it/inbox/propostemondoj/read.php?sessionid-12934


    Your file is attached.


    ESMTP [Secure Mail System #334]:  Secure message is attached.


I have tried to download the attachments but i can't for various reasons.  The latest one showed a virus was on the attachment.  The reason because I am recieving these messages is because the attachments are not allowed to be recieved by the sites so they are informing me.  I have also recieved a message to tell me I have to accept that I am signing up to this site.  Handy for people like me who don't actually want to.

So after all that, what do you think I should do?  I don't want this person getting away with sending viruses to other sites do I?
P.S. The links are both not found.
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