Ok, this is really ******* me off.\r\n\r\nI get these emails about 5 times a day, typically two emails back to back. The first one is an "email from Microsoft" offering me a bogus update patch. Sure, Microsoft ALWAYS sends executable files to its valued customers... :roll Whatever.\r\n\r\nThe second is an obviously fake mail daemon report of a failed delivery to an address that's just scribble... like [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email] or something. Oh, and of course there is an executable for me included, for some odd reason.\r\n\r\nSpam is spam, we all get it, and we grow numb to it. But these emails are typically between 140 and 500 kb per email. It wastes a lot of my time on a daily basis to download emails of that size over my dial-up connection.\r\n\r\nWhat I am asking is, is there any tools you are aware of that you can reliably use to try and track down these emails. I don't want to start blocking email messages that are of greater size than, say, 100 kb, because I get legit emails with sometimes big attachments. I don't mind legit emails, obviously.\r\n\r\nDo these analmonkeys really think I would bother opening any of these unsolicited executables? Geeeez.