Re:sircam worm and subject headers

From:Tara Miller

When I say "important" I mean simply the difference between discussing 
something like antigen retrieval and discussing off topic subjects like 
"Fawlty Towers". (You know the very thing that the histonet was designed 
for.) I know in the past I have deleted many e-mails that say "none" or "no 
subject" in the subject line and found out later that it was on a topic that 
I would have really liked the information.

I have just now deleted 5 more e-mails such as these. Were they "important"? 
I guess I'll never know.

Tara Oakes, H.T.

>From: "Carrie Kyle" 
>Subject: Re:sircam worm and subject headers
>Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 09:04:33 -0700
>please don't take this personally, because i certainly don't mean it that 
>way.....but you must have a strange definition of important.  how can any 
>unknown email be MAYBE important enough to risk infecting your computer and 
>doing potentially irreparable damage?  i'm sorry, but no email from 
>histonet is that important.
>carrie kyle-byrne

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