The Star Scanning System discovered a potential virus
or unauthorised code in a message sent by you.

The message was diverted into the virus holding pen on
mail server (id 667838_970490576)
and will be held for 10 days before being destroyed.

To help identify the message:

The message was titled '(empty)'
The message date was Mon, 2 Oct 2000 08:33:55 -0400
The message identifier was <00c201c02c6d$081ab7c0$a567113f@computer>
The message was detected on server
The message recipients were
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What was it:

Scanner 1 (F-Secure) reported the following:

F-Secure Anti-Virus for i386-linux Release 4.08 build 2260
sign.def version 2000-09-29
fsmacro.def version 2000-09-22
sign2.def version 2000-09-28

667838_2MH_message.htm  infection: JS/Kak.A

       2 files scanned
       1 infections found
fsav returned (3) 3

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has been intercepted. Mail to other recipients
will not have been stopped. All recipients will
have received a warning message similar to this.
What now?

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a virus. You should contact our support department to
resolve the problem, quoting virus pen number 667838_970490576,
mail server

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