Just thought it might be useful (and save you from making a mistake!!) to share that there's a hoax DHL email doing the rounds. We rang DHL to check before we opened the attachment (which claims to be an address label required for pick up!) because the attachment is a .exe file.
There's a recorded message on DHL's telephone system saying the email is a hoax.
We've deleted it so I can't put the text in here, but basically it says they can't deliver a parcel that was incorrectly addressed, and tells you to print off a label to go and collect the item. It doesn't really make sense anyway, but the email *looks* passable, has a DHL domain name address and uses their logo.
Only slightly more confused than normal because there are certain things that it is possible might come to us via courier etc, so we looked at it more closely than we would have.