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Re: Crippling Received: headers

In article <ML-3.3.896295092.225.crosser@ariel.sovam.com> you write:
>....50-s2 did not display the helo paramter, and did not display the peer
>address information.  The Received: header looked like this:
>Received: by thanatos.sovam.com with ESMTP id <45817-21624>; Wed, 27 May 1998
>21:57:20 +0400

My 50-s3 Received header looks like this:

Received: from babbage.mingpaoxpress.com ([]:35876 "EHLO babbage.mingpaoxpress.com" ident: "root") by www.mingpaoxpress.com with ESMTP id <106541-16959>; Sat, 30 May 1998 04:16:23 -0400

But I am pretty sure 50-s2 looked like this too; in fact I am pretty sure it
already looked like this some (late?) snapshot back in 49. Would the choice
of router.cf (or some other parameter) affect how the Received header is

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