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is there a free program that i can get that will block my isp when i am sending e-mails?

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Please explain

In reply to: isp

in a little better detail, what are you trying to do.

You have to log into your isp to get on the internet.

If you want to send emails using another email provider, you may do so.

Example: I have Verizon as my isp. I don't use my email address at all or very rare occasions. I have a Gmail Account that I use to send all my emails.

Is that what you mean?


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In reply to: Please explain

what i want to do is when i send an email i want to be able to block anyone from getting my isp mumber.

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That sounds a little like spam.

In reply to: re

This is what spammers do. They send thousands of emails out with their own email address/location masked with something else.

I have to ask, why do you want to do this?


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In reply to: That sounds a little like spam.

i have to send a e-mail to a lady to break up as i'm getting merried and i no want here to have proof of my isp.sounds bad but this lady is nuts lol

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How did you

In reply to: rere

communicate with this lady, before?

You had to either call her or visit her to go with her. Tell her to meet you in a public place and tell her there, if you feel there will be some type of retaliation. YOU NEED TO TELL HER! That's the right thing to do.


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Sorry, no. Here's why.

In reply to: isp

If you use a mail server to send your email, by design its tagged with originating information. So the answer is no.

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In reply to: Sorry, no. Here's why.

thanks anyway. i was so hoping..

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