Posted by Mike R (22.214.171.124) on September 04, 2001 at 15:00:59:
In Reply to: MAC users posted by Yoke on September 04, 2001 at 13:29:57:
That diary you sent me is fine.
The odds that someone would put a virus into a Cluster headache diary are probably around 100 million to 1.
The odds that someone would put a MACINTOSH virus onto a Cluster Headache diary is probably 1 trillion to 1.
I`ve been on the internet for many years with all sorts of Macs and I`ve downloaded thousands of email attachments and programs. During all this time I`ve used NO virus protection software and I`ve NEVER gotten a virus that has affected my computer in any way.
You`re using the safest computer you could possibly be using. Stop worrying about all this virus silliness and send your emails and live your life.
You`ve got enough to deal with with CH without being unecessarily worried about viruses.
By the way....
There seems to be some confusion on this site about who`s at risk from the SirCam virus.
The SirCam virus only works with the WINDOWS version of Outlook Express. It cant do a damn thing to the MACINTOSH version.
The Mac and PC use different operating systems and speak in very different languages.
SirCam is not in a language the Macintosh can understand.
I hope this clears that up.
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