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Thread: Gnome Evolution - how to hide (or anonymize) sender IP address?

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    Default Re: Gnome Evolution - how to hide (or anonymize) sender IP address?

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Google spoofing, have a look here (esp other definitions section)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_address_spoofing
    Wouldn't you need to be inside my ISP's network to do that? Can it be done remotely?

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    Default Re: Gnome Evolution - how to hide (or anonymize) sender IP address?

    Quote Originally Posted by heyjoe View Post
    Wouldn't you need to be inside my ISP's network to do that? Can it be done remotely?
    Hi
    Nope, but you would get all the return traffic.... that's why if you send an email and say I'm at address xyz.xyz.xyz.xyz then the server sends replies to that address it will say huh, I didn't ask for this and nack it so will get dropped, discarded.

    Setup your own postfix server and relay through gmail should work with some posfix configuration (google should help with this), use a web based client, there are also $$ smtp services that will relay/change the ip address...
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    Default Re: Gnome Evolution - how to hide (or anonymize) sender IP address?

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    Setup your own postfix server and relay through gmail should work with some posfix configuration (google should help with this), use a web based client, there are also $$ smtp services that will relay/change the ip address...
    Each time I have to deal with mail I find it much more complicated than HTTP

    Thanks for the suggestion. I will look for more info.

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