If you did not send a message to onyxes.com you were probably the victim of
e-mail spoofing.
   Email spoofing
             Mass-mailing worms often use a technique called "spoofing."
When a mass-mailing worm
             performs its email routine, it randomly selects an email
address from somewhere on the
             infected computer. It then uses that random email address in
the From field, and
             emails an infected email to other email addresses it finds on
the infected computer.
             There have been many cases reported where users of computers
receive complaints that
             they sent an infected message to someone. Because the
mass-mailing worm does not use
             the email address of the infected computer in the email it
sends, there is no way to
             know where the infected email came from. (Symantec Anti-Virus
Research Center website)
We recommend that you check your computer for virus. Below is the

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Violation Information:
The attachment message.pif contained the virus [EMAIL PROTECTED] and was
The filename extension of attachment message.pif violated the content
filtering rule Delete Attachment and was deleted.

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