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Just because the content is Cox related the email itself may have originated from somewhere else. Yes, it definitely appears it's to be a phishing email to get ones login information. There's probably links on the page. When you hover over the links it should show unusual URL addresses and email addresses. This is typical. I doubt the email originated from a Cox email account.