From: zeris (zeris at domain zeris.net)
Date: Sat 04 Sep 1999 - 19:18:15 IST
* John (dfdh at domain sdf.lonestar.org) [990904 17:57]:
not sure what you are asking, the simple answer is yes.
the remote ip would be availible for the smtp host to
log, and is usually passed on in the headers.
seeing as under win95, outlook behaves as both the MUA and MTA, it is
safe to say the the ip will always be in the headers.
a dynamic ip is no different to a static ip from the point
of view of the smtp host.
> Mail is not my area , so this should be simple for ye. If a user on a
> dial-up connection connects to a smtp server using outlook. Can the
> destination server find out or trace the orginal ip address of the dial-up
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