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[EFM] Please filter this virus


Could the administrator of these emails please filter the Virus.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: MMS Team []
>Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 10:13 PM
>Subject: [EFM] Virus Alert <MMS1>
>A recent email you sent was not delivered.  The original email headers
>are attached with this email.  Broadcom E-Mail policy does not allow
>attachments with .vbs, .scr, .pif, .exe, and .com extensions due to the
>number of email viruses spread through this fashion.  Even within .zip
>files these attachments are not allowed.  If you need to deliver a file
>of this type, rename it either by changing the extension or adding a
>".txt" and let the recipient know to change it back.  You can also
>create a password protected zip file if you need to send a file of this
>type.  Please note that renaming a non password protected .zip 
>file that
>contains any of the attachments mentioned above will not work.
>An email you recently sent to a recipient within contained
>The infected message was quarantined and not delivered to the intended
>Please run an antivirus program immediately to scan your desktop for
>known viruses.  After you have ensured that your desktop is virus-free,
>you can resend the message.
>If you need assistance, please contact your mail administrator or help
>If you are a Broadcom employee, instructions are already being emailed
>to you so that you may know how to eradicate these viruses from your
>workstation and/or receive additional support from our 
>helpdesk in doing
>Click the attachment below to view the headers of the email in question
>which is the reason for this notification. 
>Information regarding the virus that was intercepted is as follows : 
> Virus Scanner found the 
> W32/Sobig.f@MM virus
>   in the attached file: details.pif