I use Gmail with Icedove, so "I'm getting my mail with IMAPS and SSMTP".
But.: When I reply to someone's email, then I go to "View-Headers-All"
in Icedove, I can see my IP address at the "Received from"!
How can I configure Icedove, to not to send my IP address in the email?
That header is added by the e-mail server so it becomes possible to
trace the path an e-mail followed. Therefore, if you don't want your IP
set in the e-mail, you should use a trusted e-mail server which does not
do that; in practice, that's probably impossible.
There's practically nothing somebody can do with your IP except for the
security by obscurity which is broken if someone has your IP.
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