ATT00007.txt email attachment - virus?


I use Eudora with Earthlink as my inernet provider.  Some (but not all) of my email recipients tell me that when then receive my mail, it comes with a 0KB attchment called ATT00007.txt.  Is this a sign of a virus?  Where does this file come from?

I've Googled the net using the filename, and it comes up a lot - indicating that it's common - but not in any context that explains what it is.

Thank you.
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Its often used by html email files.  its definately NOT a virus don't worry about it!

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BTw it is used for formating the email in exchange, etc.  If use pop3 which you probably do just ignore it!!
I have seen that kind of text message occur when a virus was stripped or some sort of content was denied.  I think you are safe.
No not a virus
just ignore it
you are safe
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