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Unread postby blondlily57 » May 30th, 2014, 4:58 pm

I ATTEMPTED TO SEND BOTH LOGS REQUESTED. IT IS TELLING ME THAT I CAN ONLY SENT 100000 CHARACTERS AND THE TWO LOGS PUTS THE CHARACTER COUTNT AROUND 158000. WHAT SHALL I DO? THEN ATTEMPTED TO SEND ONE AT A TIME, THE FIRST LOG IS OVER THE 100000 LIMIT

I opened up an email on my phone, i did not click on the link BUT it attached to all my contacts in my aol account and sent out emails. I have not opened my AOL account infected on this laptop yet. fearful it might infect other areas. Will you help??
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Re: AOL email virus-contact list

Unread postby blondlily57 » May 31st, 2014, 1:08 pm

Your message contains 158046 characters. The maximum number of allowed characters is 100000.

SO HOW DO I POST MY LOGS FOR YOUR REVIEW, WHEN I RECEIVE THIS MESSAGE?? HELP!
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Re: AOL email virus-contact list

Unread postby Gary R » May 31st, 2014, 1:37 pm

As you have replied to your own post, helpers will think you're being helped and will not pick up your help topic.

I've sent you a PM with details of how to attach your logs, and that should get round the problems with their length.

So, open a new topic, give details of your problems, and explain why you've had to attach your logs, then wait for help.

Do not reply to your new topic until you've got a reply from a helper.

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