A poorly-worded Stanford CS account phishing email

I received a pretty crappy attempt to get me to give up access to my lifetime Stanford computer science department email address. I hope no one falls for this!

From: Stanford University Subject: Computer Science- Web Upgrade Date: May 29, 2013 1:20:01 PM PDT To: you Reply-To: noreply@cs.stanford.edu

This email is being sent to you because of violation security breach that was detected by our servers. Our server detected that one of the messages you received from a contact has already infected your mail with a dangerous virus.

You can no longer be allowed to send messages or files to other users to prevent the spread of virus to other @cs.stanford.edu mail users. Please follow the link below to perform maintenance work needed to improve the protection of the web-mail for us to verify and have your account cleared against this virus.


WARNING!!! E-MAIL OWNERS who refuses to upgrade his or her account within 48hrs after notification of this update will permanently be deleted from our data base and can also lead to malfunctioning of the client or user's account and we will not be responsible for loosing your account.

The link goes to: http: //www.123contactform.com/form-591874/Web-Upgrade (I didn't click on it)

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Computer Science- Web Upgrade