On Friday 13 July 2018 20:11:14 CEST, John Levine wrote:
I don't get it. The proxy gathers the info that it is putting into
the logs anyway and stuffs a Received: line to the next stage ahead of
the body of the message. This doesn't seem like a lot of work.
It might not be desirable work, even if simple in a particular
implementation. Your server serves you. It should be loyal to you. If you
don't want to tell your correspondents where you are when you send mail,
it's far from clear that your server should reveal anything about that,
even just an IP address.
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