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There was nothing unusual about the email except for the characters.<br>
Matthew Geddes wrote:<br>
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<pre wrap="">On Mon, 2002-12-02 at 05:09, James Leone wrote:
<pre wrap="">When I opened the email in SuSE Linux it took longer for the message to
load than some RPM's I have installed. It also was doing a continuous
disk read uring the time the message loaded. I am not a security guy,
but I was still wondering if I should be concerned about what the email
did while loading? With regards to security?
Perhaps. It could just be that it was a large e-mail, or that your
system was under load, or that there's some kind of hardware problem.
What were you using to check your mail? There's typically not a great
deal to worry about in regards to mail clients automatically doing
things to make your life easier (?), like you get with Outlook.
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