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    Thanks Chefer

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    Most webmails will put your IP address in the headers when you send things, BTW. I think they often use X-Originating-IP or something that was like that. I'm too lazy to check, but I know at least Hotmail, Yahoo, and Antionline.Org will do that.
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    De nada. Anytime.
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    TechieChick
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    If you're asking this becouse of a spam issue, just report the IP here.

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    no not to report spam...i dont get email from people not in my address book...if i dont know em' i probably dont need to hear what they have to say. hotmail lets you see the whole MIME setting? what is MIME for....?
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    did you just pull that outta your butt or did you go search for that???

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    TechieChick
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    No. I pulled it from my cranium but I provided you a link so you could read and learn.

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    Help on the next obvious question can be found here
    \"Windows has detected that a gnat has farted in the general vicinity. You must reboot for changes to take affect. Reboot now?\"

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    The Iceman Cometh
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    hahaha Nice link, Draziw! :-) Nice ability to predict the next question.

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