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I recently received an email with the following From address: "Intuit E-Commerce Service" <email@example.com>
The email Subject was "Invoice SN-8646 from GEEKSQUAD", so unless Intuit just bought BestBuy, it was obviously a scam email. Normally I would have just deleted it, but what concerned me was that the From email address was 100% valid. Looking at the From address is the first and most common thing people do to determine if an email is bogus, and I had never seen one that was actually correct. And when I looked at the message source it actually looks like it is from "@notification.intuit.com".
I saw a reply to a post with a similar issue where you just told them to delete it and sent a list of valid Norton email addresses. In this case the From address could have easily been a valid Norton address. So the solution I am looking for is to know HOW they got the email address in the message to look valid when it was not ? Email message source is attached.