Virus Protection

If your computer connects to the outside world in any way, you need to worry about virus protection. If you use email, share disks (even CDs or DVDs burned by others), or browse the Internet, you're vulnerable to a virus attack. Some viruses are relatively innocuous, only copying some files and maybe changing some minor information on your computer, but most viruses are at least somewhat destructive. Some can completely wipe out your computer right after they send a copy of the virus to everyone you've ever corresponded with.

Although Outlook now has significantly higher levels of virus protection than in previous versions, just because you use Outlook with the object model guard and restriction on programmatic sending of email, ...

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