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Old 04-07-2004, 05:39 PM   #1
jules_fraser
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hiding the "delivered-to:" header in mail


I use virtual domains in Postfix. But recently, having inspected the full header in a mail, I find that the "delivered-to" header points to the default mail domain that I have.

How can I ensure hat this header is kept blank as I do not want people to know what is the default domain for my mail server? thx
 
  


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