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Email Question

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Matrix
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Email Question

Post Posted: Nov 11, 08 01:59

Hello All,

While working on a case, I came across email that has some unusual email addresses. I know the email addresses of the parties involved but when viewing the email header, it looks like this:

Return-Path: <[email protected]>
X-Original-To: L469l5flB3 @ aqrOIl.9u
Delivered-To: L469l5flB3 @ aqrOIl.9u
Received: from bureau14.qwer.mysite.ca (bureau14.qwer.mysite.ca [127.0.0.1])
by fep2.cogeco.net (Postfix) with ESMTP id 0C73721AA
for <[email protected]>; Sun, 22 Aug 2004 15:27:41 -0400 (EDT)

NOTE: I have changed the line "Received: from bureau14.qwer.mysite.ca (bureau14.qwer.mysite.ca [127.0.0.1])" to protect the innocent.

Anyone have any ideas as to how these addresses were changed and how are the parties able to communicate using such addresses?

Thanks.  
 
  

4n6art
Senior Member
 

Re: Email Question

Post Posted: Nov 11, 08 11:41

Matrix:
Is that the SHORT header or the LONG header?
-=Art=-  
 
  

Matrix
Member
 

Re: Email Question

Post Posted: Nov 11, 08 19:00

What I listed was from what you called the Long Header but the same appears in the Short Header.  
 

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