Subject: Hi its me rita ,how are you today?Now, if Miss Rita was a 'gud friend', she would know how to spell 'gud'.
2009/4/17 Miss Rita
Hi,i have accpted you as my gud friend,so reply and let us knw each other more ok am rita and u?
Looking at the email headers (the bits that get sent along with the email so that it knows where to go), I see some information that looks fishy:
If you look at the text in red, you'll see that the 'From' and 'Reply-To' email addresses are different.
Received: from unknown (HELO User) ([18.104.22.168])
by outbound.icp-qv1-irony-out2.iinet.net.au with ESMTP; 17 Apr 2009 16:09:50 +0800
From: "Miss Rita"<email@example.com>
Subject: Hi its me rita ,how are you today?
Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 08:10:17 -0000
It's clearly an attempt to 'fish' for information, mostly to learn if the email receiver is a real or active person, so that the sender can add your email to a spammer/advertising list. DO NOT REPLY! Add them to your spam-blocking lists.