I have my antiexecutable program set so that it gives me an alert whenever something on my computer calls rundll.exe. Just now I was notified that rundll.exe was called to execute generaltel.dll. At the moment, I was viewing a USPS email that I receive daily to inform me of all mail & packages that they will deliver to me that day. I checked the internet and generaltel.dll is a legitimate Microsoft file that has something to do with telemetry. Also, I checked to see that the generaltel.dll file is exactly where it's supposed to be on my computer, & that my copy thereof is "clean" according to VirusTotal. So I am merely curious as to what might have called this mysterious (to me) dll, & why. If anyone has any ideas or comments, I would love to *further my education*.