Just received this in my inbox, and thought it was rather funny. Why you ask? Well first - this scammer evidently didn't bother taking the time to at least try and make the scam look legit, and second, other than "WEBMAIL E-mail messaging center", there's no company or website specified - something you're err, meant to include if you're trying to scam users of a particular website or service.
I thought at first, that the e-mail had just been converted to text by my e-mail client, but nope, it was already this apparently in plain text, complete with the god awful formatting.
The e-mails headers show only a single fake Received From line, with the real originating IP being;
126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52.static-kolkata.vsnl.net.in (India, AS4755)
The e-mail address they want you to respond to is email@example.com, a Brazillian website hosted at 184.108.40.206 (AS21217 - CH-SAFEHOST, PTR: www.cooperation.net), though unless I'm mistaken, it appears to be a French free e-mail account provider? (pretty wierd considering it's WhoIs references Brazil and Switzerland - not France).
I'm actually surprised that this e-mail address is only known to one anti-phishing project (at the time of checking the only two listed in the results led to this one);