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Re: OT - "HTML attachment was scrubbed"



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This could be anti virus or spam software removing the HTML before
delivering the message to you. HTML e-mail is strongly associated with a
message being spam and some viruses and worms can be spread be HTML e-mails.

A pain, but a reason to only post in plain text.

William

Lew Bloch wrote:
| I often see messages on this list that read only (for example):
|
|> Message: 5
|> Date: Sun, 03 Oct 2004 11:56:42 -0500
|> From: Carlos Davila <cedavila comcast net>
|> Subject: Re: EZ-Drive instead of NFTS
|> To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
|> Message-ID: <41602F4A 706 comcast net>
|> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
|>
|> An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
|> URL: /archives/fedora-list/attachments/20041003/c61659f6/attachment.htm
|
|
|  then no message whatsoever.
|
| What does that signify?
| Does the "URL" notation mean that the 'attachment.htm' is visible on the
| archives?
|
| Just a WAG, but is this a result of using HTML email to post to the list?
| An inevitable result?
|
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