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proxy transparency [message #1987] Sat, 25 April 2009 15:11
Cykelsmeden
Messages: 7
Registered: April 2009
Junior Member
I've used nospamtoday for a few days now, and I'm thrilled.
However a couple of things I Wouldlike to know, one of which is:

Incomming Messages are apearently changed in the header, propably correct, as the original sending IP is changed to the IP of the NoSpamToday server.
However, my mailserver has further testing, including a large list of banned servers.
Is it possible to keep the delivering IP in the forwarded message, or do i have to extract the banned server/IP list and import it to NST?

finn

Re: proxy transparency [message #1988 is a reply to message #1987] Mon, 27 April 2009 11:52 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
Cykelsmeden wrote:

> Incomming Messages are apearently changed in the header,
> propably correct, as the original sending IP is changed to the
> IP of the NoSpamToday server.
> However, my mailserver has further testing, including a large
> list of banned servers.
> Is it possible to keep the delivering IP in the forwarded
> message, or do i have to extract the banned server/IP list and
> import it to NST?

No, that's not possible, but you can copy the list of banned servers/IPs to NoSpamToday!'s configuration (SMTP Proxy Setup).



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