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I see that somebody else posted on this forum a few years ago about this, but hasn't gotten an answer. Just wondering if there's any new info out there about it.
Here's my situation:
I've been corresponding with the same person for a number of years. We generally start a new e-mail, and then proceed to reply to each other a number of times. Lately around the sixth reply from him I get this message from Symantec:

This message has been processed by Symantec's AntiVirus Technology.

Unknown00000000.data was not scanned for viruses because too many nested levels of files were found.

For more information on antivirus tips and technology, visit

Neither my friend or I have anything from Symantec installed on our computers so we are mystified as to why this is happening.
We use different ISPs also, and have done all kinds of testing on our own, and consulted our ISPs about this. Each ISP denies use of Symantec products to scan e-mails.
Any help or info about this would be appreciated.

Edited by Queenskid1305, 12 September 2007 - 03:06 AM.

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