the list server does have 'virus' software built in actually.. *anything* that isn't plain text gets held up in a web based interface for me and matt to approve, deny, or delete. unfortunatly, human error overrides even the best antivirus software :) Live and learn I guess :) I'm running low in my tip jar.. <tip type="evolt hideout"> If you're bored at work and want to chat it up with other evolters, fire up an IRC(internet relay chat, www.irchelp.org) client and head on over to the irc.evolt.org server and join the rest of us web-dev's wasting the day away :) </tip> .djc. Brian King wrote: > Good to see a number of proactive antivirus setups out there. Although > someone on the list obviously opened the attachment and was infected. > I do see that the list server doesn't have any antivirus software on it or > it would have caught the attachment before if resent it to everyone.