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Just installed Eudora 6b31 - running it under OSX2.6. When I send email from pacbell addy using my yahoo addy as the "From" addy - the message I send still references my pacbell addy in the "Received" portion of the full header. I have plugin Kill X-Sender and Andrew's Header Hider and thought one or both of these would prevent the addy from displaying but they haven't. Is there some other Eudora plugin I can use so my pacbell addy doesn't show up in the full headers? I mostly use Yahoo email, but prefer to send email from Eudora via ...

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    Just installed Eudora 6b31 - running it under OSX2.6.

    When I send email from pacbell addy using my yahoo addy as the "From" addy - the
    message I send still references my pacbell addy in the "Received" portion of the
    full header.

    I have plugin Kill X-Sender and Andrew's Header Hider and thought one or both of
    these would prevent the addy from displaying but they haven't.

    Is there some other Eudora plugin I can use so my pacbell addy doesn't show up
    in the full headers?

    I mostly use Yahoo email, but prefer to send email from Eudora via my ISP rather
    than using web based Yahoo email and do not want pacbell addy referenced.

    Thanks...
    LadyMacUser Guest

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    In comp.mail.eudora.mac LadyMacUser <noonenowhere.zzz> wrote:

    : When I send email from pacbell addy using my yahoo addy as the "From" addy - the
    : message I send still references my pacbell addy in the "Received" portion of the
    : full header.

    Hello LadyMacUser...

    I assume "addy" is "address" as [email]someuserdomain.com[/email]

    The "Received" header is probably added by pacbell's SMTP server, not by
    Eudora. Therefore, you may not be able to do anything about it.

    You can take some slight comfort though... Most email recipients won't
    look at the msg headers like "Received:"

    -- Sally
    --

    Sally Shears (a.k.a. "Molly")
    [email]sshearstheWorld.com[/email] -or- [email]SallyShears.org[/email]
    [url]http://theWorld.com/~sshears[/url]
    Sally Shears Guest

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    Thanks for the response and confirmation the plugins I'm using will not remove
    this info from the complete header.

    I'm not so much worried about intended recepients...but those who may eventually
    get header if people forward without removing complete headers...because
    somewhere along the line, odds are it'll end up in some spammers possession.

    As I often find...most people tend to just 'forward' instead of being more
    respectful of privacy of other people's email addresses and removing all traces
    of addresses before they send the email to others.

    One of my main net-peeves! grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
    LadyMovieFan Guest

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    In comp.mail.eudora.mac LadyMovieFan <noonenowhere.zzz> wrote:

    : I'm not so much worried about intended recepients...but those who may eventually
    : get header if people forward without removing complete headers...because
    : somewhere along the line, odds are it'll end up in some spammers possession.

    : As I often find...most people tend to just 'forward' instead of being more
    : respectful of privacy of other people's email addresses and removing all traces
    : of addresses before they send the email to others.

    : One of my main net-peeves! grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    Well, then you're probably in luck, ladyMacUser/MovieFan...

    In the mail programs I use (Pine and Eudora), forwarding a message drops
    all of the headers except the most basic ones.

    -- Sally (also MacUser)
    --

    Sally Shears (a.k.a. "Molly")
    [email]sshearstheWorld.com[/email] -or- [email]SallyShears.org[/email]
    [url]http://theWorld.com/~sshears[/url]
    Sally Shears Guest

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    In article <12434aa3.0308300407.508bcf77posting.google.com >,
    [email]JDBD8.COM[/email] (John Delacour) wrote:
    > JD
    Hey John, speaking of Eudora plug-ins...

    Is the OSA plug-in still available? Kalypso has gone 404.*
    Also, does Eudora for OS X's Scripts menu make it obsolete in OS X?

    thanks,
    -boo
    *to coin a phrase
    Walter Ian Kaye Guest

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