Dubious E-Mail from PC Advisor?????

  trevpearson 21:06 04 May 05

Just had this in my E-Mail

This is an automated message from the
[email protected]> mailing list manager

List messages sent to your address [email protected]> have bounced.

If you read this message, your mail system has been probably fixed.

To clear the bounce counter and to prevent automatic cancelation of
your subscription, use the Reply command in your mailer.

Check that the Subject of the reply message contains
the confirmation ID: 1775565238,
and the reply is directed to [email protected]>,
and the 'From' address of your reply is [email protected]>.

All requests about this mailing list
should be sent to [email protected]>

Is this for real, or is someone trying to spam me.


  trevpearson 21:09 04 May 05

Don't know why I blocked out my E-mail address anyway, it pops up when clicking the envelope next to my sign-in name.



  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 21:30 04 May 05

Looks like a spammer to me trying to get you to reply and be directed to God Knows where.

  stalion 21:32 04 May 05

you will be exterminated delete delete delete

  Diodorus Siculus 21:35 04 May 05

[quote]it pops up when clicking the envelope next to my sign-in name[/quote] - for you only, not for the rest of us!

If you use the envelope to mail someone, the address will only be seen when the mail is sent.

  Technotiger 21:37 04 May 05

Hi, you did right in blocking your email address - it only shows if/when someone clicks on your yellow envelope to contact you.


  trevpearson 22:08 04 May 05

Wow, thanks for the rapid responses.

For the FE, maybe someone is "using" your good name in vain.

Oh, and no way did I "reply" to the E-Mail

Thanks people


  p;3 22:12 04 May 05

I have just clicked on your envelope and get what I expect to see; my address

as it is related to the PCA, I wonder if FE might be able to shed any light?

but; dont reply to the mail; suspect a nasty::)))

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