Anyone Know How To Read Email Headers

Jul 8, 2007

I'd love to contact the domain registrars of the recipient spammers who are barraging me with the latest "google riches", or "ebay success" sales pitch emails, but I lack the knowledge of how to reveal the email headers and interpret them.

Is there a particular email client program that would allow me to view all parts of the email ? Maybe I'm using the wrong client (outlook), that would not allow me to view the more technical parts of the email, but but I don't know.

If I go ahead and click on their "unsub me" links at their bottom, that's their tricky way of finding out what emails are active and possibly make it worse for me. I know that it's illegal to send me email that I didn't opt into, in the first place, even if they do provide the unsubscribe link at the bottom, with the usual "Icann" spam disclaimer that they include.

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Random Domain In Email Headers

Jan 22, 2008

A few customers have noticed random domain names inside their email headers and I can't figure out why.

Here's a copy of an email header to show you where the domain is being shown..

Received: from 87******.no-dns-yet.**** (HELO Computer4) (
by with SMTP

The domains that it is using are hosted on the same server as the client, but do not belong to this client.

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Every out bound email message fails and stays in the queue. The mail log shows this error.

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A second problem, also qmail is that I can't send to the server using TLS on the submission port, only if I do plain text. But the first problem is bigger because we can't send at all.

This is a new plesk installation and it has never worked.

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May 1, 2007

some clarification on the following page headers?

I always presumed the Expires: date is part of the page cache instructions, however I was told its to do with the cookie. I thought the cookie expire was set as expires=date in the set cookie line and not on a new line with the :

HTTP/1.1 302 Found
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 20:12:46 GMT
Server: Apache
X-Powered-By: PHP/4.4.2
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Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0
Pragma: no-cache
Location: http://www.******
Connection: close
Content-Type: text/html

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Jun 13, 2007

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The emails that are received list the server hostname and IP in the message headers instead of the IP of the domain name that is sending the email. Is there something that can be done about this? I read that a message could be mistaken as spam if it doesn't originate from the exact IP of the domain in the 'from' field.

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Dec 1, 2008

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The scenario is that on this server we have around 5 domains, one of them is the main domain that is also in the hostname.

On the main domain some custom social networking PHP script is running that sends out mails using SMTP authentication, now when welcome mail or invites or notification mails or any such mail are sent through the script, it includes other domains in the headers randomly:

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I cannot seem to find how to do this... sendmail config is quite difficult.

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Jan 22, 2008

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I am setting up Expires headers for my site. The site allows users to upload photos of themselves. The photos are stored as <user id number>.jpeg. I want these to be cached, but updated when the user uploads a new photo. From what I understand, new browsers use ETags to make sure this happens (since if they upload a new file, the inode and/or mtime will change). However for older browsers, I plan to add ?file-mtime to the end of the file name. This should allow caching but it will change when the user uploads a new image. Will the cause any technical problems with caches that would not be a problem if I changed the filename to be user_id.mtime.jpeg when the user uploads the file? The trade-off is that if I just append ?file-mtime to the end of the filename, I don't have to track these images in a database or use file globs (cpu-expensive for large directories) to find the filename to output.

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Aug 14, 2007

I was running into a problem where PHP was automatically sending the following HTTP headers:

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This caused a problem in that my browser (Camino) would not let me view source without reloading the page. For state-based pages, that was a nightmare and meant I couldn't use my main browser for development!

Now that I have identified the problem, I am wondering what the point of those headers are, and whether I need them. I can definitely overwrite them but am not sure if I should.

My web app does set cookies (uses PHP sessions). I believe that it is the setting of the cookie that triggers PHP to send those headers. If I don't set a cookie on a PHP script, those headers are not sent.

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There is an additional list with around 2500 subscribers. Messages sent to this list are being received with nearly 500 identical "Received-SPF: pass" lines. Besides seeming odd, it's particularly problematic as some domains are bouncing the emails because the header is too large.

This behavior started after I upgraded from Plesk 11.x to 12.x.

The SPF lines look like this:

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Where SERVER-HOSTNAME-HERE is our hostname and BOUNCE-LIST-ADDRESS-HERE is the list's bounce address.

For what it's worth the server hostname and the domain of the list do not match.

This issue seems to be tied to the number of subscribers. We made a new list with a few subscribers and messages looked fine. We added the 2500 subscribers to the new list and then we saw the plentiful Received-SPF: pass entries.

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I am using a Windows Server 2012 64 bit server, but I had the error on a Windows Server 2008 64 bit server too.

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I finally saw this when joining the list myself to see why so many recipient servers are rejecting the mail. I see many instances of these:

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and there's one towards the end with:

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[Code] ....

How do I stop getting all those Received-SPF: headers prepended to the mailman list? It tags on a header that's well over 32K for a message that is less than 1K.

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We have been working on a site for a while, couple of days ago I copied the source from the server - as there are few people making the changes to it - to get a fresh copy.

Yesterday I was blasted by my client that I have deleted files on the server and it had caused the site to go in disarray and they had to upload everything again.

I didn't delete anything, only copied, and after some arguments (naturally I am not happy with the allegation put on me) I was able to get the FTP log, but I don't really know how to read it, I am hoping that someone here would know and be able to assist:

HTML4Strict Code:
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I have replaced the IP, application name with x.

I am guessing that *c means copy, but I don't want to make fool of myself when I confront them with this. Assuming that *c is copy what would be the command for delete?

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