I have recently been receiving bogus e-greetings from 123greetings.com. This is a reputable firm, but nasty people out there have apparently spoofed their address. The first one fooled me because the name was very similar to one of my friends, the information in the header looked genuine and I opened it, to be confronted with some pretty explicit filth. Oh, and there was a key-logger in there as well. Since then I have had two others, neither of which I opened. Please be careful. Like any other terrorist, these people are out to get you. Get a spyware remover and a good virus checker and keep them up to date. You know it makes sense.