I have a script that uses the PHP mail() method to send mail to a number of users that have signed up to receive a mailing list from my site.
Since migrating to the new Endurance platform, I noticed the following additional headers being inserted in the headers of messages I've sent:
X-EN-Info: U=pow.(my user name here) P=(path to scriptname here) X-EN-CGIUser: pow.(my user name here) X-EN-CGIPath: (path to scriptname here) X-EN-OrigIP: (my local IP here)
This reveals quite a bit of information to the email recipient that they do NOT need to know. Primarily I'm concerned with it showing the location of my mailing script (even though it's .htaccess protected, that info does NOT need publicizing), but I'm also sensitive about my Powweb username and home IP address being revealed.
Does anybody know why these headers are added? Can they be configured to NOT be sent? I can't imagine what possible good could come from having this information revealed.