Suspect Netscape Mail message

  zumlif2 17:59 27 Aug 2004

I use Netscape Mail so that when I change ISP I don't have to change my e-mail address. I received to-day an e-mail from a strange sender viz:-
[email protected] I cetainly don't recognise this and I suspect a virus. In Netscape mail I cannot view the complete header nor forward the message without opening it and this I do not want to do to be safe. Has anyone know of a solution other than deleting the message?

  woodchip 18:09 27 Aug 2004

Do as I do in Netscape Right Click delete

  zumlif2 09:41 28 Aug 2004

Thank you woodchip. However when I tick the message and then right click on "Delete" as you suggest, I get a drop down menu which is to do with Netscape and not specifically for the message in question. Is this what you get? I right clicked on the message itself but there was no information about the sender only a similar drop down menu.

  Belatucadrus 12:28 28 Aug 2004

If there's no attachment it's probably spam, so unless you feel you need whatever mind numbingly useless product they're trying to sell, delete.

  woodchip 18:26 28 Aug 2004

If you right click a Message in Netscape you get a Drop Down, at the bottom is Delete

  zumlif2 18:21 29 Aug 2004

Thank you for your comments.Netscape claims that all e-mails are scanned for virus so it should be OK to open this one. It is just that I am curious to know what it is. Right clicking on the e-mail produces a drop down menu as below.
"Open Link in New Window
Open Link in New Tab
Bookmark this Link
Save Link As
Send Link
Copy Link Location
There is no "delete"

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