What is up with the %&@#ing Internet Service Providers who are too damn afraid of the contents of an email that they refuse to accept attachments!?!  They’re so afraid of their own shadows that they can’t do their job!

A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:

    This message has been rejected because it has
    a potentially executable attachment "ForwardedMessage.eml"
    This form of attachment has been used by
    recent viruses or other malware.
    If you meant to send this file then please
    package it up as a zip file and resend it.

“Oh my god – there’s an email attached to this email – that email might contain something bad, so I better not open it!”

It’s bad enough this ISP can’t set up a few ‘abuse’ mailboxes without getting it wrong.  Now I’m supposed to take the original email, put it in a .ZIP file, then email them the .ZIP file instead!  You’d think that professional ISPs should be savvy enough to protect themselves from the contents of emails without placing extra burden on the people who are trying to help them?  What a bunch of BOZOS!