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My thanks to all who contacted me.
I found out quite a bit by going to the McAfee web page and looking up
Npad in their virus library. It behaves somewhat like Concept.
I also alerted the person who sent it to me in a MSMail attachment.
Apparently, it hides in MMF files.
My Tech Support colleagues tell me they've scanned the server and
cleaned it out. I ran the virus scan on my hard drive. So far so good.
If only the knuckleheads who create this stuff would use their power for