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A wealth of hidden information can be found in any e-mail message you receive. When an Internet e-mail message is sent, the user typically controls only the recipient line(s) (To and Bcc) and the Subject line. The mail software adds the rest of the header information as it is processed. Know that the old e-mail protocal SMTP is not secure and does not provide any level of privacy. Thus, anyone along the network route can intercept and read the content of a message. See...

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