Every email you receive has an IP address. This address is a sequence of numbers that can be found on the Full Headers of an email if you open it up (Check Full Headers link on email or Open Source or View). On top of every email that you receive is an address we don't see on our emails. This header can be copied and pasted in to a header analysis site which will give you the country and location of your email sender. Check your original emails, have they all come from Nigeria? E-Mail Header Analysis This utility will analyse a block of text (usually e-mail headers) and provide information about any IP addresses it may contain. The report identifies the probable country for each IP, and gives you easy access to an ARIN Whois record and any Google Groups hits for the IP.
Submit a Set of Headers or list of IPs
Paste the entire header block from your e-mail. The utility will extract the IP addresses for you. Enter individual IP addresses or multiple ones (separated by spaces, commas, or carriage returns) to get a quick report
Some webmail clients don't record the sender's originating IP, so sometimes the report won't show you the true country of originLocal network IPs (e.g., 127.0.0.1 or 192.168.1.11) are ignored as they are not meaningful for the report.
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How to open email headers
How to obtain full headers:
Microsoft Outlook Express for Windows:
Right click on the message and select Properties
Choose the Details tab and select the Message Source Button.
Copy the headers and paste them in to the Header Analysis
Microsoft Outlook: Click the View menu and select Options. You should see a pop up window "Message options" or similar. Notice the box called Internet headers near the bottom of the window. This box contains the full headers.
To extract the contents, put your mouse pointer in the box and right-click then choose Select All. All the text in the box will then be highlighted.
Right-click in the box again and this time choose Copy to copy the selected contents to the clipboard. You can then paste the full headers to an email header analysis.
Windows Live mail:
Select the message that you want to view the header information.
Click the right button of your mouse and select "Properties".
Click on the "Details" tab.
Click "Message Source..." .
A new windows will open with the header information of the e-mail
Copy and paste in to the header analysis.
Netscape Messenger 4.7 - 6:
Open the email; go to the view menu; pull the 'Headers' menu over and click on 'all'. Highlight the message and headers displayed in the
email and copy and paste them in to the header analysis.
Netscape Messenger 6.2 and higher:
Go to Netscape Messenger Inbox
Select View - Headers - All
Highlight the message and headers displayed in the email and copy them in to the header analysis
WEB MAIL HEADERS
Open the message in question.
In the top-right corner of the message, click the link/pull-down
menu "Standard Header."
Select "Full Header". A pop-up window will appear with complete
Copy the contents of that entire screen
Click "Forward" on the message in question.
Paste the copied full headers into the header analysis.
Yahoo! Mail Classic.
Open the message in question.
In the bottom-right corner of the message, click the link "Full
The screen will refresh and will display the complete headers
above the message itself.
Copy the entire Full Header section.
Paste the entire Full Headers into the header analysis.
Hotmail: Do not open email. Right click on email from your Inbox. View message source. Copy and paste in to the header analysis.
Mac OS X - To get the full message source:
Select a spam message
Select menu item View, Show, Raw Source
(or you can use option-apple-U as a keyboard shortcut)
Click on the resulting text
Click Edit, Select All, then Edit, Copy and paste in to the header analysis..