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Be aware of Viruses
We do not want to alarm you, but we wish make you aware.
Please be careful when downloading any file even though
it may come from someone you know. Many viruses are designed
to send attachments from the computer they are on without
the owners consent or knowledge.
- Protect yourself by regularly updating your Anti-virus
software and running complete scans of your computer with
updated virus definitions no less than once a month. If
you need an Anti-virus program please visit http://www.free-av.com
for a personal version of PC software free of charge.
To learn more about viruses visit Cnet.com.
Please be aware that DirectorsNet.com will NEVER send you
an attachment unless you are expecting it and that you should
use caution when downloading a file from anyone. Please
review this most recent e-mail that came with a zipped file,
which is most likely a virus or worm.
Hello user of Directorsnet.com e-mail
Our antivirus software has detected a large ammount of viruses
outgoing from your email account, you may use our free anti-virus
tool to clean up your computer software.
For more information see the attached
For security purposes the attached
file is password protected. Password is "38602".
The Directorsnet.com team
This was an e-mail sent to try to disable the recipients
computer. We can not warn you enough, if your not expecting
an attachment from someone you know DO NOT DOWN LOAD IT!!!
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you download any and all mail on this server in order to
protect your messages and any stored account information
such as sent mail and contacts. We anticipate that this
change will bring greater stability and speed to your mailbox.
We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and
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