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Feb
9
accepted Unexpected URL referrers from trusted websites?
Feb
9
comment Unexpected URL referrers from trusted websites?
Thanks for the help. I checked my logs, and there's nothing else weird looking, so I guess I'll just ignore it. We only use UrlReferrer for error logging to help understand what has gone wrong, and we parameterize everything that goes into the database, so I think we're ok here.
Feb
9
asked Unexpected URL referrers from trusted websites?
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
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accepted smtp return address rewriting
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awarded  Student
Sep
28
comment smtp return address rewriting
This looks handy. If I rewrite using the syntax of SRS, will the emails appear in the email client as if they came from the original sender? I'd like this system to be transparent to the user, if possible - so that the staff only see the sender/reply address as being our servers if they take a look at the email source, rather than this being directly present in their client.
Sep
26
comment smtp return address rewriting
I don't think this would work (assuming I'm understanding correctly.) If I changed the reply-to field, the mail that Adam or Ben replied to would be sent to that address. However, the receiver would still see the mail as coming from Adam@mycompany.com/ben@mycompany.com rather than support@mycompany.com. I can't change the reply-to address at the point where the support staff receive the mail, only at the point where the mail lands in the support@mycompany.com inbox (as it is being forwarded on).
Sep
23
comment smtp return address rewriting
Because they might be working from home, or working through gmail, or something like that.
Sep
23
asked smtp return address rewriting
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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awarded  Autobiographer