Re: [OT] Spam Trap

From: Phil Fites (
Date: 05/09/03

Date: Fri, 09 May 2003 14:45:36 GMT

You also might want to go to "tools/options/viewing mail" and
un-check the box beside "Allow executables in HTML content", in
somewhat newer versions of Eudora. wrote:
> John E. Hadstate (nospam@null.nil) wrote:
> : If anyone else has any suggestions, besides applying a "Trunk Monkey" to
> : Steve Ballmer's head, I'd like to hear them.
> Why not use a really old version of Eudora Lite to look at your E-mail,
> which doesn't support HTML display?
> John Savard

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