Dallman Ross schreef:
once vsnag has run, it contains a var
called $H_BTM_HOST that has what vsnag thinks is the bottommost host
in the Received chain.
For a long time, the most interesting IP-nr is the one of the outside
host that did the SMTP-thing with one of your provider's mxhosts.
Older Received header fields were often sender-local or even fake.
Things have changed some with zombie-machines in between, acting as
proxies or as short-living SMTP-relays. DCC (combined with some
greenlisting) is your friend.
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