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comment Is the sender's IP address shown in the transport header on messages sent through Gmail?
All headers from Hotmail have a X-Originating-IP field that list the origin IP.
Jun
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answered Are some IP addresses more 'accepted' than others?
Jun
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comment Managing huge mailboxes
At the same time, products like Sharepoint can do all that for documents, and also make it way more manageable instead of having to users manually do that tracking and looking for that info.
Jun
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comment Yahoo Domain Keys setup, getting dkim=permerror (no key)
Certain big ESPs (like Hotmail) still use SPF and not DKIM, so I wouldn't suggest removing it.
Jun
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answered Anti-spam measures for websites
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comment Anti-spam measures for websites
I wouldn't really worry about how easily broken it is, CAPTCHA's are only good for cutting the most rudimentary bots off nowadays. OCR and Human Contracters make even pretty advanced CAPTCHA's from sources like MS and Google breakable a good precentage of the time.
Jun
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comment Good graphical HTTP trace program for OSX?
I think Wireshark ends up being the best implementation here - the other suggestions either don't provide enough info, are restricted to just one browser, or I'm going to end up jumping through hoops to get it working with the corporate proxy. Thanks :)
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accepted Good graphical HTTP trace program for OSX?
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comment Good graphical HTTP trace program for OSX?
That's correct, I was looking for something that shows the raw requests.
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asked Good graphical HTTP trace program for OSX?