Dear Friends, You've all received e-mail virus warnings and what not. And most of those have been hoaxes. Most of us remember the Good Times virus rumors and that it turned out to be a hoax. But there is an e-mail going around which has a damaging self-replicating attachment, and if you get hit with it, it'll be pretty tough to get rid of it. I don't know if it has an effect on your boot sector or file tables, or is it just an annoying trojan horse that makes your software act funny and involuntarily send itself to all your friends. (We had a problem in IRC with a self-sending filed called "script.ini", which made mIRC (not pIRCh or Microsoft Chat or Ircle) shut down, do weird things, and whatever. Wasn't a virus, but it was annoying, and one had to reinstall mIRC from scratch.) But this is no mere IRC trojan horse -- this e-mail is dangerous. They mentioned this virus just a while ago on the radio news. The subject line is: "I love you". So no matter who sends this e-mail -- be it your friend, family, lover or dog, DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY AND DO NOT OPEN IT. Thanks for your attention, and help us keep everybody posted, please... Daniel A. Wier (call me Danny) Lufkin, Texas USA http://communities.msn.com/DaWier MSN Messenger Service: [log in to unmask] "A rose without thorns is a damaged rose."