Is this a fake e-mail?

Could someone please confirm that the following is fake (also atatched)

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Sent: Monday, May 17, 2010 2:51:47 AM
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I think it is all right. I too get warnings from most all Comodo emails (high risk warnings). 88)

I think it’s probably fake since most images link to the following page:

And I doubt this is a Comodo page, or is it? ???

I think they use some email marketing service. That link redirects to Comodo’s Geekbuddy site, on a page that is promoting CIS:

The strange part is that Hotmail marks the e-mail as “dangerous” and my work proxy server marks the link in the e-mails as “suspicious”… oh well, maybe the both dislike Comodo :-\

My thought is that the email marketing service tries to “pretend” it is coming from an [at-bypass] email address, and that is identified as suspicious.