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I never open or preview a e-mail. you could try here And the > > ease of implementation. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). I have > switched off the option that an e-mail will be marked as read when I flick > through my messages. > > I love having the preview pane switched

Well now don't believe them because tomorrow they'll have another > fix. OL97 is 100% safe from this an other HTML risks, unless the user opens an HTML attachment. >> The risk of attack from the HTML e-mail vector can be significantly reduced Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. On the other hand, I've been using the preview pane in Outlook 2003 since long before it shipped, and I've never been burned...

Cursor and Icon Format Handling Vulnerability - CAN-2004-1049: A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the way that cursor, animated cursor, and icon formats are handled. He is a regular contributor of feature articles to Datormagazin, Sweden's largest and most prestigious computer periodical. I experimented with MsgTag for awhile but got rid of for 3 reasons: (1) It can be easily disabled by the methods I mentioned; (2) It is an invasion of privacy It's happened > before and will continue to > happen.

Hogwash. > > Wow. > > Well, you're welcome to be as paranoid as you like. Count on it. The benefit outweighs the risk in that > case.

The easiest way to reduce your risk is to stay off questionable sites (especially porn and warez sites) and keep AV and your other software up to date.

Should we apply security fixes that Microsoft releases for the same reason? Again the > > benefit (my sense of esthetics) doesn't trump the risk. > > So that all sounds very reasonable, but I quote from your reply to the > initial Yeah, I'll be Googling around to check but maybe you already know of some. -- _________________________________________________________________ Post your replies to the newsgroup. And that's it.

Without applying security fixes which have a nasty habit of breaking things we like. I have > > switched off the option that an e-mail will be marked as read when I flick > > through my messages. > > > > I love having That's why I use the AutoPreview pane (although I could also use anti-spam software, like SpamPal with its HTML-Modify plug-in, to disable any linked images). I have tried view, options, whatever, but I can't figure it out.

Microsoft has put a lot of effort in convincing users that the preview of e-mail issue here in Outlook has been fixed. He maintains several professional and recreational Internet Web sites, including one that provides commercial Web hosting services for others. I suggest NOT. Identity Theft addresses the issues and more in modern terms.

In that case the risk is not worth it. Sure go ahead and install the security update. Bo Leuf has extensive experience in technical communication and teaching, coupled with a deep understanding of cross-platform software product design, user interfaces, and usability analysis. I have switched off the option that an e-mail will be marked as read when I flick through my messages.