Just wondering if this would work?
Subject: A HANDY HINT ABOUT EMAIL VIRUS PROTECTION
It's a low-tech but very effective method of virus containment. One of the biggest
problems with viruses as we all know is their ability to duplicate
themselves by sending itself to each of the contacts in your address book.
Well, thanks to Graham Brown from Broadtech who supplied us with the
To avoid spreading computer viruses,
create a contact in your email address book
with the name
!0000 Virus Attack
"with no email address in the details".
This contact will then show up as your first contact.
If a virus attempts to do a "send all" on your contact list,
your pc will put up an error message saying:
"The Message could not be sent. One or more recipients
do not have an e-mail address. Please check your Address
Book and make sure all the recipients have a valid e-mail address."
You click on OK and the offending (virus) message would
not have been sent to anyone. Of course, make no changes
to your original contacts list.
The offending (virus) message may then be moved to your
"Drafts" or "Outbox" folder. Go there and delete the offending
Problem is solved and virus is not spread.