It looks kind of real. I haven't visited the link [verify now] to do as it instructs. What thinkest thou? I Googled the address AppleŠ <email@example.com> and it brings up what looks like a lot of valid Apple addies.
At the bottom of the page it says: Message sent using Telaen Webmail 1.2.0. That is for sending out big lists, etc. or so Telaen website says.
I recently had problems with my email and removed an address. It happens to be one of the cloud or dotmac addresses. Could have triggered this email and request.
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