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[comp.lang.perl.moderated] Welcome - read this first!
Section - 11. If I've already registered, can I post from another address?

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If you want to post from an address that you haven't registered for
whatever reason, you can put the address you *have* registered in an
X-Real-Address header of your message, like:

    X-Real-Address: foo@example.com

If foo@example.com has been registered, a post with the above header
will be treated like it was from a registered address, except that it
will have `X-Unverified-Address: yes' added to the headers.

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