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May 19, 2012
Bump 36TR! I do find it funny that the USPO LOVE to tell you about problems with e-mail. Rather like Coke-a-cola telling you that they have found cut up rat bodies in Pepsi-cola cans.
Like the Post Office isn't scary enough already...
I've gotten one or two of these about a month ago (never opened though). If the postal service has a package to be delivered to you, a note will be left in your mailbox. And if a delivery service has a package for you (UPS, FedEx, DHL...etc) a note will be left on your door.
This is a real virus, and has been circulating in emails since about 2008. Not only "USPS", but also FedEx, DHL and UPS. I've gotten these emails, but since none of these agencies have my email address, I know it's a bogus email and it is deleted without opening.
As always, if you don't know who the sender is, delete it. If you think it's suspicious, delete it. If it's from a friend and it's important, they'll get ahold of you anyway.
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