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Old 07-03-2006, 10:34 PM   #1
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Friends ,

Suppose i have two different Domain with mail server Like "msn.example.com(use Linux server)" and another is "yahoo.example.com(Linux server)" .

Now Let ,In "msn.example.com" domain contains 3(three) pc which ip is 192.168.10.2 to 192.168.10.4 . On the Other hand , "yahoo.example.com" domain contains another 3 pc which ip from 192.168.110.2 to 192.168.110.4 . Both of these domains ,it has (3+3)=6 users .

yahoo.example.com
=aa@yahoo.example.com(192.168.10.1)
=bb@yahoo.example.com(192.168.10.2)
=cc@yahoo.example.com(192.168.10.3)

msn.example.com
= abc@msn.example.com(192.168.110.1)
= def@msn.example.com(192.168.110.2)
= ghi@msn.example.com(192.168.110.3)

Now if "aa@yahoo.example.com" user send a mail to the "abc@msn.example.com" user then i want a situation and that is ,

I am using "aa@yahoo.example.com" . Now when i get mail from a user msn Domain "abc@msn.com" then i want to see his "ip address" across his mail "abc@msn.example.com" into my mail header .i.e., if anybody mail me from msn Domain then i want to also see his "IP address" aganst his mail address not the mail server address . Is it possible ?

Plz help ....






Now if i send a mail from "msn.example.com" using 192.168.10.2 to the other
 
Old 07-03-2006, 11:00 PM   #2
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