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Okay, maybe I'm not making myself clear. Let me ask the question again. There is only one scenario I am asking about.
Assuming that Person C had access to Person A's email and that Person A and Person B correspond by email, would Person C have enough information to send Person A an email that purported to be from Person B but which Person B didn't know about?
That is a Yes or No question.
Well, that wasn't news I wanted to hear, Tax, but it's news I needed to hear. It only has to appear superficially as if it came from Person B's account; it doesn't really matter how easy it would be to break the facade and see that it's a fake. But it does have to at least at a quick glance appear to be from Person B's account.