email @AAA.AAA

  JohnM. 11:29 05 Dec 2010

I have been told that this will help stop "worms" from infecting emails?

By adding the address below on my contact list - sound too good to be true.

[email protected]


  Terry Brown 11:33 05 Dec 2010

I would be very supicious of any program (or link) like this.

I would much rather depend on a good Virus / trogan checker


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:33 05 Dec 2010



Get a good Antivirus system that will check emails
Avast / AVG / Norton / MSE

  jack 11:42 05 Dec 2010

I think this has been mentioned in the past and it turned out to be a so called 'Urban Legend' like so many of this type of thing- they are of them selves a type of virus/spam/scam.
A good way to check out the veracity of this type of thing- if indeed you are interested enough- rather than simply deleting with the rest of is to
Google the address and see what comes up and another is

  Ian in Northampton 13:17 05 Dec 2010

Check this out:

click here

Snopes is where I always go first for this kind of possible/probably urban legend.

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