Login to your email and open the email message.
You need to see the properties of this email, or rather, his RFC header. Further actions depend on the shell in which you are: • Yahoo.com – select the settings button depicting a cog, and then click on the "Full header"• Мail.ru in the upper part of the letter in "More", select "Utility headers"• Rambler mail in the upper right corner, select the button "Other actions" and then select "message Headers"• Yandex-mail – at the top of the letters look "Advanced", next, select the "Properties of writing"• Gmail.com – in the upper right corner at the top of the letters to the right of the "Reply" button click on the little triangle, which looks downwards, and then select the drop down item "Show original"• Outlook Express menu "File", "Properties", in the opened window select the tab "Details"• KM.RU – select the menu item "RFC-title"
You will see texts that specific technical information about this letter. Search for a sequence of four groups of numbers separated by dots. In groups may be one number, but the maximum in one group can be three.Example: 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11
Here are the details of the technical header of the email:Delivered-To: firstname.lastname@example.orgReceived by 10.231.33.71 g7cs268023ibd with SMTP id; Mon, 28 Nov 2011 03:31:27 -0800 (PST)Received: by with SMTP id 10.205.81.141 zy13mr44489050bkb.50.1322479886194; Mon, 28 Nov 2011 03:31:26 -0800 (PST)Return-Path: Received: from f272.mail.ru (f272.mail.ru. [18.104.22.168])
Find in the text the ip address. So as you can see, the last line of the address of the sender in the line that starts with "Received: from" means "obtained from". This information you will be able to see at the beginning of the text that you need to call to find the ip address of the sender.
Thus, it is possible to quickly set the address connect the computer. But do not forget that IP addresses are floating, or dynamic – that is, those who change constantly without saying anything about its owner.