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Do you have correct internet host name?

Hide local IP in Received headers?

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Fra: kms-owner<at> [mailto:kms-owner<at>] På vegne af jafo
Sendt: 4. oktober 2004 13:20
Til: kms<at>
Emne: [kms] DNS resolution for sending server in mail headers

Hi folks!

Is there an easy way to have Kerio set the sending server name to a publicly verifiable host name in the mail headers?

Currently, it sets the servers internal name ( as in the mail headers. However, I want to have it set it to instead since that is our publicly listed MX host name.

This is from the logs of the receiving end:
Received: from ([] unverified) by with Microsoft SMTPSVC(5.0.2195.6713);


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