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Old 3 Mar 2007, 11:47 AM   #6
The "e" in e-mail
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Originally Posted by robmueller View Post
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..."

One possiblity is to lessen the weighting of the ISP's ip address, and increase the weighting of the SMTP's IP Address.

Out of the hundreds of people I email, only Fastmail is processing my email this way, and it is ironic that it is my own email provider.


This refers to the email being Relayed by a spam provider.

Why does it think I am relaying my email?

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