It doesn't really matter if those IPs propagate out via the header
they are private addresses and cannot be reached...that's the purpose
of the NAT. In fact, the headers in the email might use the public
address that is being set in NAT when it translates your private
address.....I'm sure it depends which side of the NAT box your mail
server is located.
On Thu, 28 May 1998 11:34:18 +0100, you wrote:
>Does anyone have any experience of setting up Email Servers using =
>IP addressing that can still send and recieve Email from the Web without
>propogating the reserved address out of our network.
>We are considering som sort of NAT set-up but seems to be a problem =
>you perform the NAT at the client site.
>Would some sort of mail relay work ?=20
>Any help would be much appreciated, please reply directly to me to avoid
>clogging up the list