I just received this email, it's obviously spam. However, what struck me was that this is by far the most interesting use of my details (from one of the many database leaks over the years) that I've seen. It has a password that was used on one my accounts that got caught in the leak and the body of the email is generic enough that it could apply to many. The only thing I don't get about this, is how can you spoof a local email? Usually, you expand the details from firstname.lastname@example.org (or whatever it is) and you see a ridiculously foreign email address. How, in Outlook, do you make it so when you expand the details, it gives you your own contact and email information?