domain.com Server Maintainance Notice SPAM WARNING !!
Watch out for the latest fake email maintenance server spam:
From: domain.com [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 07 February 2019 00:01
Subject: domain.com Server Maintainance Notice
domain.com server has indicated that your internal POP3 and SMTP email delivery and receipt are experiencing delays due to congestion. You are urgently requested to Update your account firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid service disruption.
From 2/6/2019 4:01:03 p.m. points for routine maintenance!
Users who have received the email notification are required to opt-in for maintenance update within 24 hours of receiving this notice. Failure will result to data lose or possible account deletion from domain.com servers.
Please Login To Maintain!
The 'Please Login To Maintain!" link actually points to the well known domain https://email@example.com domain which will obviously give them your email address as well as popoulating their web form:
This site does not encode the email address and so allows me to modify the link directly making it harmless.
If you try twice it just sends you to domain.com ????
Interesting advertising partner...
Mark the website as phishing and the email as spam...