Yes, it can. I know I got a virus from opening junk email :(
you can get a virus trough opening the email but you most likely going to get through the link
It is probably a spam email. Do not answer it. Delete it and forget it.
There are some basic factors which every recipient should consider while opening an email such as Email Address (From whom we received email), Date & Time, Subject of Email, Name of other recipients (in the CC, BC fields), Attachment with email message.
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opening email attachments
The subject line in an email is the place to put what the general topic of the email is. It is what the person receiving your email will see along with who sent it before actually opening the email.
You can write an official email by opening your email provider service, such as Hotmail. Type in the recipient's address and a subject. Write the email and press send.
by opening its wikipedia ........its easy
you get viruses .
dont press open :)
By you opening it.
by opening your email account, and you will have an email if your question is answered.
Promotion of your product via advertising (newspaper, classified sites, radio etc.), by conducting surveys, email marketing, website creation and promotion, reviews from customers.
Try sending the picture in an email and then opening the email on a computer and save the picture there.
Especially the opening of unknown attachment.
Is it illegal to open somebody's mail?
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Not just by looking at the email itself with just your eyes, but yes you can. You can set your antivirus software to automatically scan email attachments.
When an email virus first sends itself out, opening the attachment in the email makes the virus send itself out to your address book and damage your computer.
Risk of email attachments is one way to get a virus/spam/malware but opening an attachment without you not knowing what it is, that's stupid, don't bother even opening the attachment. If you want to open a attachment email and protect yourself, AVG has a email scanner and protecter built in. The email provider you are with will say if its spam or whatever anyways, or should.
It can be dangerous because there might be a virus or malware (something that is bad for your computer) attached to the file in the email.