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used to work for me): pressing Shift, selecting suspicious messages and then hitting Del,
* try hard not to select some very good and very important messages together with suspicious ones,
* accept phone calls from extremely upset clients accusing you of infecting their computers with God knows what worm
(personally got in trouble with BugBear),
* working on an extremely low system because an efficient AV is doing its job scanning, updating, warning, locking etc.
* delete all your Outlook contacts in order not to become infectious for friends and clients in case your computer
somehow got infected,
...then you know what it's like. Both Outlook and Outlook Express, while different applications, with no related history,
have security as their weakest link. And that's why some people switch to other email clients that are said to be more
It is true that most worms are today Outlook dedicated because Outlook has both more users and more security holes. It is
also true that Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates set security as a top priority back on 17th January 2002 (it's been almost two
years by now). While I don't mean to ban Outlook or Outlook Express, I'd like to choose best for me, and best doesn't
seem one of fore mentioned, at moment.
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