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I wondered about the same thing.....too many people spending time trying to rid themselves of W32.Novarg.A@mm and not spending enough time buying!
No changes in settings or instructions have kept McAfee from deleting the spool file (and some enitire mailboxes!) when it detects an incomming virus in email. I'm switching to Norton's today. ::Grrr::
Just ran my monthly credit card invoicing for Feb....4% of clients have rubber cards:(. It was the same last year...more with good cards on 1/1 than on 2/1.....must be a lot of people who can't stop spending in January? or who can't pay their bills in January. God Bless the USA, a society built on plastic :)
The worm is meant to still be spreading, I am now getting much more infested spam than last week. Whether the threat of getting infected by the worm will damage sales this week remains to be seen ...
I had gone a couple of days without getting any of the spam, but in the last couple of hours, I'm getting hit pretty hard again.
I get all unresolved emails on my domain, and all of the new Novarg spam is to email addresses that don't exist.