Microsoft Corp. has released a patch to its popular Outlook eMail program to protect against viruses like the "ILOVEYOU" bug that caused billions of dollars in damage in May.

The patch, in its default mode, prevents Outlook users from running any "executable" program attachments to eMail, good or bad. As an additional safeguard, any time a computer program attempts to access Outlook's address book or tries to send eMail via Outlook, users will receive a warning and

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