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How can I add a custom header to received email to show account received at?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Ishware, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. Ishware

    Ishware Well-Known Member

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    Well, it would be really sweet if I could created *two* custom headers:

    1. Whatever email address the sending server is sending it to on my server.

    2. Whatever account receives the email message on my server.

    For example, say I have me@example.com. Someone sends an email address to myalias@example.com, which I configured to forward/alias to me@example.com; but they actually BCC me.

    In my email client, I'm lost. heh. But if I could set a header for the email address I received to (myalias@example.com), as well as the account it got put in (me@example.com), I could display those in my email client, and it would help me see what's going on much better.

    I thought I'd read something like this before, but I can't find any information on it now.

    Also, the servers are mine, so if this is a server-wide change, that's okay. In fact, that would be mondo spiff, to have it apply to every email server-wide. :D

    Can anyone help, or point me to where this is talked about?
     
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