This does not mean that your email account was compromised. It means that the sender has fooled the mail client into believing the email originated from a different address.
This is usually done for malicious reasons, either to distribute unsolicited email or to distribute email viruses. Unfortunately, there is no real way to prevent spoofing from occurring. If you receive an email that has questionable content, it is recommended to delete the email message or use an antivirus program to scan the message before opening it.
Lets today discuss how to do it. I will explain this tutorial using Emkei’s Fake mailer.
1. Go the Emkei’s Fake mailer website (click here to visit).
Now you will see something like this:
|Fake mailer to send fake or anonymous mails|
|Sample of how to send fake or anonymous emails|
|Snapshot of email of the fake email in inbox|