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Hello everyone! I've just been running a few test messages (between different E-mail accounts I use), and noted something I thought didn't happen (when using SecExMail SOHO). I was under the impression that certain key identifying information was removed, if the appropriate settings in the "SMTP filter" section were selected (namely: message fingerprint & fingerprint correlators from cipher emails or plain emails, as well as erasing the computer name from the EHLO (or Hello command). I have all of these selected. I ensured my E-mail account was properly configured, before sending the test message. Inspite of using SecExMail, I found that my IP address could still be read in a sent message; albeit with the username of my E-mail account and a reference to "with login". Can anyone tell me please, if there's something I'm missing? Or - is removing the IP address as well, something that SecExMail just can't do? I'm all for removing anything that can be useful to hackers, and that's all I'm trying to achieve. Any ideas?
(My current preferred E-mail client, is Eudora.)
SecExMail removes the upstream headers and such but if you have a proxy chain (for anti-spyware, anti-spam etc), these normally place information in the headers. "With login" does not sound like a standard header so I would be checking other elements of the proxy chain for options to not include this information.