RE: subscribe


I can tell you today from experience that the e-mail with the subject line
Allhallowmass from klc27269 is not a hoax.  It is a worm/virus that effects
your hard drive and destroys it.  I know I got it yesterday on my home
computer.  McAfee did not pick it up and only notified me it was attacking
my C drive by telling me which dir files were effected and that it could not
clean or erase or quarantine them.  This one is Exploit-MIME.gen.
 This is the second time in week I have lost the hard drive.  Last Thursday
I received an e-mail at home with two of the W32 viruses and again McAfee
did not touch them.  The worst of these was W32\ELKREM.cav.c.  I was on the
phone with Microsoft for 3 and 1/2 hours Sunday cleaning that one up.  The
person at MS said it is one of the worst.
 Many of these have been hoaxes and I can tell you these are not and you
don't even have to open them.  Your e-mail box only needs to download as
usual to get them. A Very Unhappy, Pam Marcum

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hoye, Glenda F. (Fka Hood) []
> Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2002 10:01 AM
> To: HistoNet Server
> Subject: RE: subscribe
> Does anyone know if the 'teddy bear' virus is real or a hoax?
> Glenda Hoye
> -----Original Message-----
> From: HistoNet Server []
> Sent: Tuesday, October 22, 2002 8:56 AM
> To: Hoye, Glenda F. (Fka Hood)
> Subject: re: subscribe
> Your address has been added to the addresses that comprise this  Listserv
> List.
> Welcome to HISTONET. This is an electronic mailing list for the
> exchange of
> information pertaining to histotechnology and related fields.
> It contains useful information about how to use the list and what
> to do if you
> experience problems. It also includes some basic rules for email etiquette
> (Netiquette) which will be helpful to those who are new to this form of
> communication.
> A list server is a computer that runs software which will receive incoming
> electronic mail (email) messages and reroute them automatically
> to everyone on
> the subscriber list. Email uses the vast expanse of the Internet to allow
> almost instantaneous communication between networked computers around the
> world. Our system uses the LISTSTAR software from Quarterdeck Corporation
> (California) and can currently send about 30 messages a minute.  With the
> present number of subscribers, we are processing about 10,000 outbound
> messages a day.
> Anyone interested in research or clinical applications of histology,
> immunohistochemistry, in-situ hybridization pathology, and
> electron microscopy
> may find Histonet informative and useful. Currently, there are
> more than 850
> subscribers from all over the world. Subscribers include hospital
> employees
> from major urban centers and obscure remote locales, university
> researchers,
> botanists and the employees of commercial laboratories,
> government agencies,
> veterinary facilities and a wide variety of commercial industrial
> ventures.
> The list is run by Linda R. Margraf, M.D. and Herb K. Hagler, Ph.D. using
> hardware and software owned by the University of Texas
> Southwestern Medical
> School, Department of Pathology in Dallas, Texas. If you have any
> questions or
> problems with Histonet please contact Linda Margraf at
> This server, unlike many systems, uses ONLY ONE ADDRESS to send
> commands to
> the computer and to post messages. The server will recognize
> commands sent in
> the SUBJECT line of the message and only when they are spelled exactly as
> listed below. Anything not identified as a command will be circulated to
> EVERYONE on the list.
> The following is a list of commands the server recognizes:
> subscribe
>  Your address will be added to the list of subscribers. You will
> then be able
> to send messages to this list that will be forwarded to all other list
> subscribers. You will begin to receive all messages sent to the
> list by other
> subscribers.
> subscribe digest
>  Your address will be added to the list of subscribers who
> receive a digest
> instead of each forwarded message. A digest is a compilation of all the
> messages received in a 24 hour period. It is sent to the digest
> subscribers
> every night after midnight. Digest subscribers can post and respond to
> messages the same as "real-time" subscribers.
> digests
>  A list of available digests will be returned to you. Histonet stores old
> messages as daily digests for approximately three  months. To
> read previous
> messages, copy the list of available  digests, mark the dates of
> interest and
> return it to the server.
> unsubscribe
>  Your address will be removed from the list of subscribers.
>  You will no longer be able to send messages to the members
>  of the list.
> help
>  A list of the commands recognized by the server will be
> returned to you.
> You may post any questions you wish pertaining to histology, pathology,
> in-situ hybridization, immunohistochemistry etc. Equipment and reagent
> evaluations, laboratory management issues, government regulations, and job
> opportunities are all appropriate topics. The University asks
> that we restrict
> the use of its hardware and software to business purposes only (occasional
> jokes do slip through but PLEASE use restraint). Vendors and those with
> commercial interests in histology products are welcome
> contributors however,
> we ask that blatant advertisements be avoided at all times. It is fine to
> refer to product that your company produces if it is pertinent to a topic
> being discussed on the list. Unsolicited advertisements are
> poorly tolerated
> by the members and you will likely receive a number of negative
> comments if
> you overstep the boundaries. Please contact Linda Margraf at
> if you are not sure about the
> appropriateness
> if a message you wish to post.
> It is most helpful to the list members if you post your responses
> to queries
> to everyone on the list and not just as a personal reply to the
> person asking
> the question. That way duplicate messages are minimized and we
> all learn from
> each other's comments.
> Likewise, if you post a question and get a number of responses
> back directly
> to you, it is helpful to everyone if you could send out a summary of the
> replies you got to Histonet.
> Please avoid abbreviations unless they are explained in your message. For
> example: immunohistochemistry (IHC). This list circulates to a
> wide variety of
> individuals and what seems obvious to you may have no meaning on the other
> side of the world.
> Please sign your letter and include your institution or affiliation and
> location. Not all email systems have headers which identify the sender.
> Do use the subject line to indicate the topic of your message.
> DON'T USE ONLY CAPITAL LETTERS -it is considered shouting.
> Please send questions and problems about the list directly to
> Linda Margraf at
> and don't circulate them to the >850
> subscribers on the list. Be careful when sending commands to the
> server to put
> the command in the SUBJECT LINE and spell it correctly.
> Please do not send images as attachments with your message. We
> can now post
> images at our web site ( To have an
> image posted
> send it to Herb Hagler at
> es

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