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Re: Returned mail virusses?



On Tuesday 05 July 2005 13:58, Paul Howarth wrote:
> Look at the headers of the mail you allegedly sent. Did it *really* come
> from one of your machines?
That was my initial reaction as well but I thought maybe some data got lost 
in transmission?

I looked up the message ids in the mail log and none of them match.  
Is that 100% sure as well?

With kind regards


Andy


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