Understanding Nylas email headers

Chris Aylott
Chris Aylott
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Nylas has more headers because the outbound server requires identifiable information when delivering email to their SMTP server. View the example below.

Received: from 316292377349 named unknown by gmailapi.google.com with HTTPREST; Wed, 19 Jan 2022 00:22:11 -0800
Received: from 86-91-255-117.opennet.kpn.net (86-91-255-117.opennet.kpn.net [86.91.255.117]) by api.nylas.com (Nylas) with HTTPREST id 57xktlb0e5v06k7wgvup5psls-0; Wed, 19 Jan 2022 08:22:11 +0000 (UTC)
User-Agent: Nylas-nylas.com/18.1.0
X-Inbox-Id: 57xktlb0e5v06k7wgvup5psls-0

The User-Agent value is required according to HTTP standards and protocol. It contains information from your application's name. This value is for provider reference in trusting IP addresses. The X-Inbox-Id is equivalent to the Nylas message_id value with an added -0.

Nylas tracks deliverability results comprehensively. Additional headers don't impact the process.

 

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