n. An e-mail server that receives incoming messages, replaces the headers that identify the original sources of the messages, and sends the messages to their ultimate destinations. The purpose of an anonymous remailer is to hide the identities of the senders of the e-mail messages.
A Net-connected computer that strips identifying information from an email message or Usenet post and then forwards it on to its intended destination. Anonymous remailers are a crucial element in crypto-libertarian freedom fighting, but are unfortunately not impervious to the powers of the state.
A SMTP server that allows sending anonymous email messages stripping all evidence of its sender and then forwarding it on to its intended recipient. This guarantess that the receiver will not be able to discover the sender's identity