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From: Mark Krenz (marksuso.org)
Date: Fri Jun 25 2010 - 10:06:26 CDT
Hi, this is more of a policy type of question, but I'm not sure who
else to ask right now.
We are a small webhosting/email hosting provider. We offer our
clients authenticated SMTP relaying. One of our clients is complaining
because we don't strip out the first Received header line that shows
what their company IP address is when they send from say their Outlook
client. They are claiming that as a proper hosting provider, we
shouldn't be keeping that line in. They also think that because we leave
that in that they are having their IP put on blacklists.
So I'm wondering if that's true, have modern email relay server
practices changed for some reason? Am I going to run into issues
leaving it in?
I looked around last night and found some pages talking about how to
strip that line out, but I couldn't find any pages recommending that
this is the preferred practice now or something.
Suso Technology Services, Inc.