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Re: Retracing Sender's SMTP IP Address using MS Exchange 5.5
- From: Steve Sobol
- Date: Tue Feb 29 13:53:13 2000
This is off-topic for the NANOG list.
I tend to be pretty good at reading mail headers, so
if you'd like to follow up by sending the headers to
me to take a look at, I can.
Alternatively, you might try SPAM-L. Subscribe,
and post your question with a prefix of "HELP:" e.g.
Subject: HELP: Please help me track the origin of this message
http://www.claws-and-paws.com/spam-l/ has the FAQ,
with lots of good info including how to subscribe.
Toplez Razer wrote:
> Dear Folks,
> We receive an e-mail that we want to reply back, but the sender's SMTP is NOT
> registered in DNS. Let's say the sender is firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Let's assume xyz.com is being resolve with its ISP DNS 18.104.22.168. But
> there is no MX for xyz.com in this DNS.
> Our e-mail is MS Exchange 5.5. Can we trace the sender's SMTP IP address?
> Is there better way than to peel off the original header packet to see the
> sender IP?
> Audie Onibala
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