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Ski and Snowboard Club <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 3 Mar 2004 09:05:02 -0500
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Dear user of  Uvm.edu gateway e-mail server,

Your  e-mail account  will be disabled  because of improper using  in next
three days, if you are still wishing  to use it, please, resign your
account information.

Further details can be obtained  from attached  file.

Cheers,
     The Uvm.edu team                               http://www.uvm.edu

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The following is an automated message from UVM's email gateway:

UVM's email gateway found one or more attachments to this email message
that contained the following virus(es):
W32/Bagle-J
The gateway has deleted the attachments.

This notification is being sent to you for informational purposes.  To
keep nuisance factors and mail traffic under control, the apparent sender
of the message has NOT been notified.  Many viruses use forged "from"
addresses, so the apparent sender's computer may not be the one that is
infected.

UVM Postmaster <[log in to unmask]>
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------- The following is an automated message from UVM's email gateway: UVM's email gateway found one or more attachments to this email message that contained the following virus(es): W32/Bagle-J The gateway has deleted the attachments. This notification is being sent to you for informational purposes. To keep nuisance factors and mail traffic under control, the apparent sender of the message has NOT been notified. Many viruses use forged "from" addresses, so the apparent sender's computer may not be the one that is infected. UVM Postmaster <[log in to unmask]> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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