I'm using an up-to-date Ubuntu (16.04 or 17.10) root server with Postfix as an email service. My sendmail is its Postfix to Sendmail compatibility interface. I'm sending emails using Alpine or from Thunderbird clients using Dovecot IMAPS or POP3S. Postfix crunches those emails and sends them out.
I want the sender addresses of my *outgoing* emails to be systematically changed from something like mickey@[url removed, login to view] to mickey.20180115101500@[url removed, login to view], containing an individual time stamp within each sent email message.
I want to do this to later identify where my email address have been harvested by a spammer, and to block harvested email addresses without blocking a whole account. I'm searching for a solution in text form: a patch, a script, a configuration file or written instructions.
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Hi, I can definitely help you with your requirements. I am a full time developer working "8 hours a day" 40 hours per week. Lets discuss the project plan and start the work. Thanks
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Hey, I'm interested in your project. Please send me a message so that we can discuss more. Outgoing Email-Address-Changer Thanks & Regards, Tanzil [login to view URL]
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