I agree with the sentiments expressed by this article:
For the last few weeks, I've been handling both clients who are Klez-infected, and those who aren't infected but have gotten a message from Amavis that tells them they probably are. Maybe the notice(s) Amavis sends out should be updated?
Here's what I'm using now:
V I R U S A L E R T
This automated message is to let you know that our virus scanner
virus(es) in an e-mail that seems to be from you, addressed to the
Many viruses, once they infect your computer, will automatically send
virus-infected e-mail messages to random recipients using your e-mail
addresses. However, certain viruses (such as "Klez") may send e-mail
messages that *appear* to be from you, but in fact come from someone
else. So it is possible that your machine is not virus-infected.
Please check your system for viruses, or ask your system administrator
to do so. If you do not have an anti-virus program, consider
downloading a free program like AVG (http://www.grisoft.com/) or
purchasing a program such as Norton AntiVirus (http://www.symantec.com/nav/)
or McAfee VirusScan (http://www.mcafee.com/).
Hmmm - SF forum code didn't seem to interpret my URL quite right. The last underscore character, which is part of the URL, isn't part of the link.
Try this instead: