#413 IP address used in Received header

closed-duplicate
nobody
5
2004-04-08
2004-01-19
Brock Rozen
No

Right now the IP address used in the Received: header
is the one the user is logging in from via the web. In
some cases the system administrator isn't interested in
using that, but wants all email to look like it's coming
from the email server that it's being sent out from (the
admin's server). If you trust your users, and want to
save them from their bad ISPs -- this is the way to do it.

Discussion

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  • Paul Lesniewski

    Paul Lesniewski - 2009-07-31

    A mechanism has now been added that allows you to tell SquirrelMail to skip adding its own Received header altogether. To enable it, you'll need to go read the code comments that were added to class/deliver/Deliver.class.php in this commit (it's a little better documented in 1.5.2).

    http://squirrelmail.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/squirrelmail?view=rev&revision=13804

     
  • Paul Lesniewski

    Paul Lesniewski - 2009-07-31

    A mechanism has now been added that allows you to tell SquirrelMail to skip adding its own Received header altogether. To enable it, you'll need to go read the code comments that were added to class/deliver/Deliver.class.php in this commit (it's a little better documented in 1.5.2).

    http://squirrelmail.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/squirrelmail?view=rev&revision=13804

     
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