When I use either Netscape Comm 4.0 or Netscape Navigator 3.0 to
receive my email, the first message highlighted automatically opens up
and can be viewed. Other messages are then viewed by highlighting the
My question concerns email viruses. If a virus is supposedly
activated upon opening (viewing) the message, is there anyway to
confirgure the browser to not open the message and show only the
subject, sender, and date. This would allow me to delete viruses
identified by known subject lines.
For instance, my company recently sent a warning about a virus
spreading that contained the subject line "PENPAL". Once opened
it supposedly infected the hard drive and deleted all data. If I had
received this message and it downloaded as my first message, I
presently would have no option but to automatically view it - and
suffer the consequences.