I got this email supposedly from hotmail and it screams fake and scam, but it's not actually scamming me into anything. I'm confused. [TR="class: Header"] Windows Live Hotmail Member Services (email@example.com) [/TR] [TR="class: Header"] Sent: 20 August 2012 02:45:27 [/TR] [TR="class: Header"] To: [/TR] ^^notice that it doesn't have anyone in the "To" bit so was probably just BCC'd to loads of people. IMMEDIATE ATTENTION REQUIRED Dear Customer, Your Windows Live Hotmail® account has been growing really fast. If it continues to grow at this rate, you will not be able to receive messages in the future. Here are a few suggestions to help you manage your account. Create an archive - Set up a folder on your PC’s hard drive where you can save large attachments. Then just delete them from your inbox. You’ll still have them and your inbox will be that much smaller. Make your filters work for you- Did you know you can set up your Hotmail account to immediately delete junk e-mail? Go to Options, and click Filters and reporting. Under the “Delete junk e-mail” section, select Immediately to delete junk e-mail right away. Once you’re finished, click Save and you’re done. Delete a bunch of mail at once- Go to your Junk and Deleted folders, and clear them out by clicking the “Empty” button in the action bar. If you have more questions, please read our help topic on Hotmail storage. Sincerely, The Windows Live Hotmail Team Please do not reply to this e-mail, because it is an unmonitored alias. Microsoft respects your privacy. To learn more, please read our online Privacy Statement. Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052-6399, USA © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. Does anyone know if this is real, which it doesn't seem to be, and if not, what the hell the point in it is? A very weird method.