hiding X-Originating-IP / hostname in email header

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by TheGhost, Nov 21, 2009.

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  1. TheGhost

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    Is it possible to set the X-Originating-IP in the email header to the server's IP address?
    I've used some ticketing software before configured with SMTP to use the server IP and hostname, but now i'm looking for a webbased or desktop email client that can do the same.

    - I don't want to use a proxy.
    - I don't want to use ticketsoftware
    - I prefer a webbased email program i can install on my shared hosting server.
    A desktopclient is ok too, but it must be possible to block HTML emails otherwise my IP can be traced anyway.

    Any ideas?

    P.s. I'm not a spammer. :)
     
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