I just noticed that the latest Mail.app give you the option to do a Quick Look on urls that show up as part of an email message. I did that on something that claimed to be from YouTube, and it turns out that it was from a Canadian (those Canuckis!) Viagra/Cialis supplier.
Hmmmm . . . what do they know that I don't?!
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There's been a rash of spoofing. I'm getting it from "Intuit", "Barnes & Noble", "UPS", and several others. Really, the best tell is the actual email addy in the From field. It'll appear like Intuit Customer Support <email@example.com>
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