I just received what I think is my first phishing email message from my old Hotmail account. The uncertainty is because although it was formatted in HTML, the contents were 300 kilobytes worth of email addresses, all starting with the letter "ca."

The email was sent from server283.com. At the time of writing, that page displays an error message claiming that "accessing content by IP address is not allowed." I hope that if something shady is going on (which seems likely) the email I sent to the domain registrar (who probably hosts the domain) and the owner of the IP block will resolve it.

UPDATE: They (the hosting company) emailed me this morning. Apparently, someone else already contacted them, and the account has already been suspended (which, I note, is not at all apparent). They were sort of snippity, too.