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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Hi Richard,
The e-mail received was not a thank-you message.
Any help received from the experts here will always receive a huge thanks
via the news group (publically) for others read as well.
My requests/responses are **always** civil & polite.
As a frequent reader of news group I observed that some of the experts
**invite** people to contact them directly. In this environment **invite**
is the key word!
My concern is security related and I am afraid that you and Richard Urban
are just missing the point. Oh well.

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Kayman - 29.05.2006 02:29 :

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indeed, and more than often with unnecessary fullquotings (and
crossposted?) only saying the one word/line "thanks" :-(

These two misbehaviors are the real plague in usenet beside flamewares
and OT's. Some people never learn (and would have reposted with
fullquoting).

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Hi Peter,
Your are so proper and correct. Keep it up, please.
My personal best regards, and have a *wonderful* day.

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Kayman - 30.05.2006 02:41 :

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Kayman, you are welcome. THX for your kind understanding and willing to
follow my friendly recommendations. A wonderful day to you too.

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

As Kath said, munge everything AFTER the @ sign. Never leave the ISP
correct. Kayman@nospam.invalid would work fine.
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           Bruce Hagen
MS MVP - Outlook Express
              ~IB-CA~

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Thanks Bruce,
I'll be guided accordingly.
Coming back to my original query, is there an application available which
can check/test my system for adequate/appropriate 'tightness'/security?
Regards,

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Which operation are your security concerns with? I can tell as of now that
you haven't changed your address. And I can tell you are posting from Tokyo,
(or close by). There is not very much more you can do for OE than what has
been suggested so far.
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           Bruce Hagen
MS MVP - Outlook Express
              ~IB-CA~

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Well, I am too inexperienced to which type of security issue applies to
this.
I am looking for some kind of tool which would highlight vulnerabilities
with respect to internet connections in my system and then could take
appropriate action (patching??).
I came across this URL
http://www.auditmypc.com/freescan/web-security-services.html and was
wondering if your are familiar with website.
Thanks again for response.
Kindest regards,

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Re: Unsolicited E-Mail message.

Now this is an issue that has nothing to do with Outlook Express. Assuming
you are using Internet Explorer, then now is the time to post elsewhere.

For Internet Explorer questions not pertaining to Outlook Express, please
post to one of the following:

IE6 Specific Newsgroup:
news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.windows.inetexplorer.ie6.browser

IE General newsgroup:
news://msnews.microsoft.com/microsoft.public.internetexplorer.general
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           Bruce Hagen
MS MVP - Outlook Express
              ~IB-CA~

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