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Hi, With Java Mail I can send an email as any one else by setting from address. How can this be stopped? Digital signatures? How? Or at least the recieving person should be alerted that this email is not authenticated. Thanks
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Just about any email client can set the From: header any way it pleases. That's not a feature specific to JavaMail. If you are suspicious of the sender, you'll need to look at the other header information to see where the message came from.
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