Pizza_the_Hut Posted June 30, 2005 Share Posted June 30, 2005 Hmmm, I wonder how those spammers do that. In my opinion, every mail starts somewhere. And this starting point can't be something else then the real point where the email starts. In other words, the mail has to be send from somewhere and this will allways be the real source, spam or not spam. I mean, every mail that is send and goes through different mx's on the internet but even if the originating host announces itself to be a different host than he really is, this simply can't be faked because the receiving host clearly identifies the sending host's ip address, right? Can somebody explain to me how this can NOT be the host where the mail actually has been sended from? I cannot figure out how this ever should or could be done. Pizza. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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