Wilfried Mestdagh a écrit :
> Hello,

Hi Wilfried,

>>1. using a sniffer (look for Ethereal) check for what is sent through
> Or SocketSpy (user made).
Yep sorry :)
i'll remember next time ;)

>>No need. I think this is mainly due to some protocol requirements, not
> Or some email header. Some companies are 100% relying on their spam
> filters, specially the ones who have spam filters that check the email
> headers on 100% "correct" to decide if it is spam or not.

some are especially based upon the reply-to or the from field, and have 
to be registered e-mail address within the server (preventing spam 


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