From Accounts Payable [email@example.com]I have only seen a single sample with an attachment named Pay_Advice_Vendor_0000300320_1000_for_03.03.2016.PDF.ZIP which contains a randomly-named malicious script with a detection rate of 3/54.
Date Tue, 08 Mar 2016 10:32:52 +0200
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According to the Malwr report and Hybrid Analysis on this sample, it downloads a malicious binary from:
This binary has a detection rate of 2/54 and all those reports indicate that it phones home to:
18.104.22.168 (PSINet, Canada)
I recommend that you block traffic to that IP. The Malwr report on the dropped binary is inconclusive, but it looks like the Dridex banking trojan.