The attachment is a copy of his email message but in html format rather
than in plain text. His mail program may have the option of sending mail in
plain and/or html. He might consider turning off the html format option.
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Subject: Re: probe covers
At 11:03 AM 4/21/00 -0400, you wrote:
>I did not send any attachment!
Dear Ms. McCoy:
This message has the same attachment! It's an html file called att11.htm
I won't open it since it might contain virus. I suggest we poll the rest of
list to see if they are receiving this from you. Did anyone else receive
attachment att11.htm along with Ms. McCoy's post of 4/20/00?
Joseph R. Schneider, MD, PhD
Associate Professor, Vascular Surgery
Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL, USA
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