Well they keep rolling off the spam/scam production line.
This one pretends to be an email from mail support of a specific domain. As with all of these mass email scams, they don’t realise that the person they sent the email to manages all of the mail for that domain (Including the “support” that is mentioned in the email)
This is a phishing scam hoping to gain logins and passwords to try to gain access to mail (or if you are sharing login details) or other online services.
Here is a transcript
Subject: Your profile will be locked in response to a complaint received by the Administration
from: email@example.com***This message was created automatically by mail-delivery software. Do not reply to this message.*** Hello! Your profile will be locked in response to a complaint received by the Administration 29.01.2010 ?. According to "paragraph 8 of the user agreement, deepweb.co.nz reserves the right to suspend or terminate the provision of services deepweb.co.nz, promptly notifying the user. Refute the statement may be, following this link: <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://schwaber.net/472e3bb6">http://schwaber.net/472e3bb6</a> If the application is not rejected within 7 days, your e-mail an account will be blocked. It has a number 237242679231777. In the near future we will contact you. It takes up to 3 days to process your request. Thank you! -------------------------------- Sincerely, mail support service deepweb.co.nz
As you can see they are using shortened style urls to hide things, but it is unsophisticated as they use a completely unrelated domain as the link.
Most likely this will be handled by the antispam handlers, but shows these scams are still out there and are unlikely to go away.
Other variants of this try to dupe gmail users into giving their logins to the phishers