Re: Tracing email in hotmail
Um, e-mails are hard to trace, considering they are stored on a server, which basically acts as a proxy for you.
You access a server -> Create an email -> send it to a target server -> user logs into the server and reads it.
So you'd need to accualy contact the server logs to find out. Which of course hotmail would never do, neither would yahoo, or gmail, or anything.
Now there are more sneaky ways of doing it of course, everything from sending a reply that says: click on this link , and link them up to an IP catching site, so you can see the person's IP when they go on. Or you can send an attachment with some simple HTML, so when they open it, it'll pick up the IP and send it to you. I have no use of doing this, so I've never accualy done it.
Of course, if the user is doing a proxy, or even a proxy string, you're pretty screwed.
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