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Virus Rejected by E-Mail Protection Infrastructure

From: ontech
Subject: Virus Rejected by E-Mail Protection Infrastructure
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 09:23:36 -0700

An email message sent to you was determined to contain the following


The original subject of the message was:

    Eager to see you

The infected message was intercepted and deleted by the UW E-Mail
Virus scanner.

You are now reading a notice from UW Computing & Communications. The
address in the From line of this notice was extracted from the
message with the virus and may reflect the source of that message. 
But it is quite likely to be an invalid address forged by the virus.

No action is required on your part.  However, if the From line and
Subject indicate that this was a message you want to receive, you may
contact the sender and ask that it be resent - after the virus
infection is cleaned up.

This notice has been sent to all of the intended recipients of the
original message to let you know that a message addressed to you was
deleted.  The original sender of the message has not been notified
because many viruses forge From addresses, and automatic responses
can cause a flood of unproductive messages.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Computing & Communications
(206) 543-5970

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