Thank you Barry, you've hit the nail on the head, I will be using your
solution to this problem, it's exactly what I need.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry Hill" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 4:36 AM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] How can I hide my IP
> This problem _could_ be legitimate ...
> I sometimes have a similar problem: When I'm travelling and access the
> Net via, say, a Norwegian provider, but send emails with the "From" and
> "Reply-to" headers set to my .co.uk home domain address, certain
> emails never get to the intended recipients.
> Hotmail users in particular never receive my mails. My guess is that
> hotmail does a reverse-lookup on the address and refuses it if it is
> different (but I'm open to other suggestions!).
> So I got past that by using the server which hosts my domains as a SMTP
> relay. Then all my mails get through. (I did have to use a different
> port and SMTP AUTH because some providers redirect all outgoing port
> 25 traffic to their own servers - not necessarily a bad thing as some
> have virus filters etc. in place).
> How about setting up a mail relay server in the country you're
> supposed to be in. Then, according to your message below, you would
> have no need to hide the IP address of your main server.
> Tuesday, February 18, 2003, 5:16:52 PM, you wrote:
> bac> To clear up some judgement that are being made, the hiding of my IP
> bac> purely a protective measure NOT to send bulk email. My employer deals
> bac> one with clients, however when the IP is displayed it identifies
> bac> country he is operating from and some of his agreements state that he
> bac> reside in a particular country to participate.