Hi Brenna, I know Steven, he is a good fellow, but the Klez virus can copy addresses for other email so you are wise not to open it. It may also be his virtual business card [vCard] which is a feature of OE. From OE6 To create a business card The easiest way to exchange contact information with people over the Internet is by attaching a business card to e-mail messages. A business card is your contact information from the Address Book in vCard format. The vCard format can be used with a wide variety of digital devices and operating systems. You must have your contact information in your Address Book before you can create a business card. ~~~ Mike ~ It is a good day if I learned something new. Editor MikesWhatsNews see a sample on my web page http://www.mwn.ca/ <mikeswhatsnews-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?Subject=subscribe> See my Anti-Virus pages ~ http://virusinfo.hackfix.org *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 07/09/2002 at 7:03 PM bls wrote: OK. The sender is Steven McCarthy, so here's a heads up to you. I won't open your messages to reply to you privately, sorry! Maybe it's not him, but it wouldn't hurt to check. I've received 3 apparently from him. Yahoo mail does strip Klez, though, so it must be something else. Brenna --- Mike <mikebike@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi Brenna, > as I normally say don't open attachments! > This list is not set up to send attachments. > So it must be a virus or some one/thing spoofing the > address. > The Klez virus is very good at that:<( > > Mike - Users can unsubscribe from this list by sending email to 24hoursupport-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface at http://web.tampabay.rr.com/spider1/24hrsupport.htm.