Computer Applications (xrx.ca) NEVER
sends unsolicited E-Mail. If you have submitted a support question, or
have registered one of the XrX
programs you will receive a reply, but that is the only time you should get an
E-Mail from xrx.ca.
If you have received such an E-Mail, chances are it's been sent from someone's
machine that has a virus on it and is using the E-Mail addresses found on that
machine to send fake E-Mails with a virus.
You should NEVER open an E-Mail attachment if you do not know what it is and
where it is from. And more importantly you should have an up to date Virus
scanning program on your system.
There a numerous Virus scanning programs out there, I've tried Norton
Anti-Virus, McAfee AntiVirus, AVG
Anti Virus (Free Edition Available), as well as some free scanners such as Anti-Vir,
Avast and others. My email server runs
Clam AV, a free anti-virus toolkit for
UNIX. Freebyte has a page
listing free and commercial anti-virus programs.