Ok so now that I got your attention, let me just say I did not *purposely* make this, and its more of a malware then virus. In a nut shell, I accidentally created a corrupted image for signatures in e-mail. When I send this to someone and they open it in their Apple Mail client... they can not read the e-mail (it just sits and loads). Furthermore, they can not delete the e-mail. Deleting the e-mail will "delete it", but when you leave the inbox and go back to it (by clicking your sent folder or even closing and reopening the mail window), it is back again. It can not be deleted. Rebuilding the mailbox did nothing. On top of that, you must *force quit* your mail box, because you will not receive mail while its in your inbox. And to add to it all, when you re-open the inbox... not only is the original e-mail there that you can't delete... it duplicates itself. I have 5 undeletable e-mails in my inbox right now... I've tried this on a few other macs around the office, and needless to say, their owners now are quite peeved. I'm not posting this to "show off" at my "skills"... like I said, it was an accident. I'm really looking for advice on how to get rid of these e-mails. I'm choosing not to post the image file because... god forbid it gets into the hands of spammers and then you have some sort of un-deletable spam wave. Any tips would be appreciated.