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    What is an X-NAS header?

    Has NE1 here considered that these may be server applied headers so that the ISPs SMTPs' can validate every message entering their network as having been filtered via an enterprise version of NAS [Norton], thereby protecting their own systems from malware prior to redirecting the msg? In addition, the {bracketed serial number} does not necessarily need to correspond to a specific license, it only needs to properly fit an algorythm design by NAS to validate that a message has actually been scanned by the software. NE thoughts?
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