But here's where folk can't go much further. Let's say the email address was "spoofed." It's a darn shame that folk can spoof the email return address and it's not a password issue at all.
Again, no one needs your password to spoof. But the interesting part of the story is that the photos look legit. Maybe just a slip of the mouse?
Note: Edited for spelling.
I have received photos in my email as well as my sister from my mother's old email address. We each responded, (photos of no interest that we saw years ago)they just appear as photo jpeg icons to click on.when we responded to her, she stated she did not send them.she owns an iPad and a desktop.(lives far away not sure of her operating system I think her desktop is a dell. She lives alone, how could someone else send us photos? She is 84, sharp, computer savvy for her age. I told her to change her passwords on her email addresses. What else? Could she have been hacked, and why would they send us
Photos from her account? (With us in them) maybe she did it unknowingly, but doubt it. We all talk often so aware of how she is doing. Any thoughts?