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  • Directing and redirecting the email to a different server .

    Recently i heard about , directing or the redirecting the email to the different servers , so as to confuse the recipient about the sender of that email .

    do you have any idea about this .

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    Re: Directing and redirecting the email to a different server .

    I think you need to explain what you are wanting to achieve with a bit more detail. Is this a problem you are having or something you want to do? SMTP doesn't do any form of sender authentication so emails can appear to come from anyone.
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    Andy

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    • #3
      Re: Directing and redirecting the email to a different server .

      I don't know about confusing the recipient, but he's certainly confused me
      I think he is talking about an anonymous remailer:
      http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...remailer&meta=
      Tom Jones
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        Re: Directing and redirecting the email to a different server .

        could be talking abot backscatter spam ?
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