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how can I find out if an email I have has a virus?


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Meghiddo

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It was a computer tech guy who sent it to me so I am sure he has the know how. He sent me a third invoice after being obviously mad at me for taking up his precious customer service time :\
Anyway, I am using hotmail, and every time I try to open this email he sent me, internet explorer totally freezes up! None of the other email from him or the site does this either. Once I actually made it past the freeze part and there was the expected invoice text included in the email. Is it possible to just open an email and it to freeze up internet explorer? I can get past it with alt ctrl delete, but then I of course have to shut down the browser and lose everything I was browsing. At first I thought it coincidence, but it freezes my browser 98% of the time, the one time I mentioned being the exception! Is there anyway I can find out for sure if this is a malicious email?
Thanks a lot in advance
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