3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 3, 2008 3:01 PM by ~graffiti

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      Why does pornographic material attach itself to my emails sent and received
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          ~graffiti Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          Probably a virus on your machine.

          Has nothing to do with Reader or any other Adobe product that I know of.
          • 2. Re: photos
            Level 1
            No, I dont think its a virus and I think it has everything to do with Adobe as all Adobe messages received by me also has pornographic material attached to it. It is disconcerting when you are running a reputable business where you have to use Adobe to mail photographs to clients. I first discovered this when I received a mail brochure advertising a small interior decorating business and porn was attached. As the company gave their contact details I contacted the owner who was horrified to hear my story. This unsuspecting small business owner was trying to promote her business and porn was attached to her photographs.

            Adobe there must be an explanation and a solution. Please help.
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              ~graffiti Adobe Community Professional & MVP
              > No, I dont think its a virus

              You're wrong.

              It's a virus.

              It may be a virus that effects PDF's but a virus none the less. If the common denominator is you, then it's more than likely on your machine or something with your email provider.

              Think about it. Do you REALLY think a reputable company like Adobe would build something like that in to their application?