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Old 27 Feb 2007, 06:58 AM   #4
robmueller
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As I said:

"Since it sounds like the other side is parsing the Received headers, the only way to avoid it is to use the web interface, which doesn't add your IP in Received headers..."

Unfortuantely there's nothing you can currently do when sending via SMTP, because your original server IP is always included in the Received: header, and since the other side is parsing through the received headers, the'll always find your IP.

If you send via the web interface, then no IP is added, only the FM server IP is used, which should avoid the BL hits.

Rob
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