Afternoon Good suggestion Dave, but something for you to consider. With writing them down or printing them out means you have to type each one in all the time which can be a pain especially with those that you email often. Two solutions for you. Keep the often used addresses in your address book but make them foolproof. Meaning a virus could never figure out your secret. Alter the addresses slightly such as for this list you could enter it into your address book as 124hoursupport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx then when you wanted to send an email address it as you normally would and remove the leading 1. This way in the very off chance you did find yourself infected the virus would only send itself to an unknown address which wouldn't harm anyone Or keep them in a password protected text file so all you need to do is open it up and copy/paste the addresses you need. password protecting the file helps prevent virus (and others) from reading it. Christy *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 6/14/02 at 07:02 PM Dave McNeilly wrote: >Hi > >I also have to agree with Christy. Someone gave me some advice on how to >protect my address book. I have printed out all my email addresses and >there are none in my address book, even though I have a good anti virus at >least nothing will attach itself to my addres book. Also as soon as I >have read my messages and replied to them I will delete them. > >Dave - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.