[kde-linux] kmail - turn off html?
rdalek1967 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 01:19:50 UTC 2010
> Dale posted on Thu, 31 Dec 2009 16:08:25 -0600 as excerpted:
>> One could also add that you could forward a email to a windoze user that
>> has something "nasty" attached and not even know it. After all, most
>> viruses won't do anything on Linux since they are written to run on
>> windoze. You can forward them to someone where it does cause harm. Even
>> tho I don't like windoze, I wouldn't want to pass a virus on to someone
>> who does like it or is forced to use it.
> That's a very (very) good point; one I tend to forget. Thanks!
My older brother sends me emails to check out and make sure it is safe,
then I tell him if it is OK to open. This is for attachments tho. He
won't open a attachment even if from someone he knows. I explained
those are the most dangerous ones to open.
A lot of Linux only users do forget that viruses have to spread to be
any good. Linux may not catch the bug it is as good a carrier as
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