This example is pretty flagrant in many respects. The grammar is very bad (note the first sentence is not even a complete sentence). It does not come from a Stanford address (what is telkomsa.net?) It is signed "Standford". The email is addressed to "email@example.com". Even if that is a legitimate address, it would clearly go to a very large number of people, but the email itself suggests that the individual recipient's account has been compromised. And, of course, the email includes a link to click where the recipient is supposed to "update settings". Do not trust links like this, especially when they do not even pretend to go to a stanford.edu site.
From: Help Desk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: June 20, 2015 at 7:57:55 AM PDT
It had been detected that your cs-stanford-edu email account. Mail delivery system had been affected with virus. Your email account had been sending virus included with your mail to recipient's account and as such a threat to our database. You'll need to update the settings on your cs-stanford-edu email account by clicking on this link: http://forms.logiforms.com/formdata/user_forms/66949_9366478/321793