Sort of OT; new eBay phish
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Wed Jan 18 10:31:48 CST 2006
> > I stick with ancient e-mail software that doesn't let ne click on links.
> > That doesn't attempt to decode/dsipaly html. And which certaily doesn't
> > run executable programs (in any language).
> > I am less likely to get caught by something like this because I will spot
> > that the link doesn't go to ebay.co.uk or wherever, but goes to some
> > totally unknown site. At which point I am pretty sure it's fraudulent
> I use elm for my work email which does the same as you describe. For
It's not suprising it does the same thing. I'm running (an ancient
version of) elm too. OK, I sometimes also use pine when I get a
MIME-encoded attachment that is actually useful.
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