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APAS Anonymous Remailer Use [FAQ 4/8]: Remailer Details
Section - [FAQ 4.2] How can I find more information about a remailer?

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Send a blank email to the remailer address with "remailer-conf" (no
quotes) as the subject line. In addition to this you can also send a
blank email with "remailer-help" (no quotes) as the subject. Visit the
remailer's Web page if one exists. And pay attention to APAS for any
announcements or policy changes from the remailer's operator. 


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Top Document: APAS Anonymous Remailer Use [FAQ 4/8]: Remailer Details
Previous Document: [FAQ 4.1] Which remailers are good? Reliable? Secure?
Next Document: [FAQ 4.3] What is chaining? And what is a middleman?

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