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> I got this, too, and replied to the email@example.com address that I
> thought it was a virus or work spoofing the address culled from
> someone of us whose machine(s) is/are infected. It is usually my
> policy to notify the address spoofed.
Not sure whether you mean IP address spoofing or forging a Sender's e-mail
address. The latter is a common technique these days for spam and malware.
If you read the e-mail header of the virus-ridden message, you can check for a
forged Sender and whether the originating IP and all of the other info matches
an authentic XML-DEV message.