> I have received an email from a company called 37 signals. > I did not ask for it but it was addressed to me directly. I find it very hard to believe that 37 Signals themselves would have spammed you - they're a highly reputable, well-regarded Web consultancy, with a lot of involvement in the industry on the whole. Is it possible that the spam came from another source, which happened to mention 37 Signals in the body of the e-mail? What do the e-mail headers of the e-mail say? FWIW, I don't work for them and I personally don't know them, but I know their reputation. And no, I didn't receive any spam-like e-mails that originated (or mentioned) 37 signals. Neil --- Slumming at the beatnikPad : http://www.beatnikpad.com/ Working at theNonsuch: http://reblog.thenonsuch.com/ e-mail: webify at thenonsuch.com | Amité.