On a related but OT thread..... Probably 75% of the 100 or so emails I get per day are ads for various off shore pharmacies, software, knock-off watches and the like. Lots are now trying to peddle me goods in Russian text, so I don't even know what they're trying to sell me. I have set up dozens of email filter rules via Outlook, so most get routed to the bit bucket on the way in. Interesting that the spammers will go to the effort of trying to mask the text in their mails (i.e. substituting "1" for "i" and similar pattern matching) to try to fool the email filters. As if someone (or company) who deliberately filters the original trash will actually change their minds when the doctored email gets through the filter? I'll be one happy guy when the big hand starts to slap these guys. What a waste of oxygen. "MattB" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] > I think this must be an example of a scammer email. Thanks for the > head's up!