Can Lotus Notes 6 e-mail recipients maliciously modify e-mails?

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A colleague of mine has insisted that I sent him an e-mail which I know I did not send. This e-mail appears to have been sent at exactly the same date and time as another e-mail I did actually send him. Although I know I did not send this e-mail, the IT department says it has a record of both e-mails being sent. So, Is it possible to fake received e-mail in Lotus Notes 6 which was never sent? Can an e-mail which was sent using Lotus Notes 6 company e-mail, be modified in such a way that it appears that it was actually sent? If so, would this show as 1 or 2 sent e-mails in an e-mail trace? Concerned about Lotus Notes 6 security!
ASKED: May 6, 2008  9:53 PM
UPDATED: May 7, 2008  12:53 PM

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