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APAS Anonymous Remailer Use [FAQ 4/8]: Remailer Details
Section - [FAQ 4.11] Which remailers permit my own "From:" header?

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[Thanks are due to Boris 'pi' Piwinger for reports, Stefan Wagner
(Narnia Admin) and Jochen Wersdörfer for mentioning their
remailers, and Farout-Admin for posting regular updates.]

A more up-to-date and complete answer to this question is available in
the following table:

	<http://www.nuther-planet.net/farout/misc/FromHead.html>

As of the date of this FAQ, tests indicate the following remailers
permit the user to specify part or all of the "From:" header line
(either the entire address or the nickname only) in the final headers
[1]:

	farout
	frog2
	italy2*
	narnia*
	segfault
	shinn*
	squirrel

*Note that italy2, narnia, and shinn add a disclaimer (either in the
header of the body of the message) when the message has a custom
"From:" header.  The intent of this warning is to reduce forgery
complaints.

[1] See the Reliable User's Manual for further information:
	<http://www.theinternet.cc/potatoware/reli/UserMan.htm#Final>
	<http://www.theinternet.cc/potatoware/reli/UserMan.htm#finFrom>

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