Email Header Analyzer – Additional Scammers Search Tool

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It is very hard to trace or track down an email and to know where it has come from. By copying email headers and pasting them into an Email Header Analyzer tool the IP address of the sender is deciphered and the source is also tracked. The Email Header tool helps the user to precisely know the source of the email and works effectively through an intense examination of the header of every email received so that the IP address can be ascertained. As the user goes through the lookup page for an IP, she will discover a lot of information that only IP addresses are capable of revealing. Essentially, the header refers to the part of received and sent email that is not obvious to everybody.

Email Provider used

As you find the IP address of a received email while searching scammers you think look suspicious open the respective email and find the details of the header. Finding the header of the email mostly depends on what email platform or program you are using, such as Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail or Gmail.

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Tracing emails

To trace a certain email through the Email Header Analyzer tool, get the header from the email essentially from the provider of your email and open the email you intend to trace as you look for its header. The header can be copied and pasted into the Header Analyzer tool and the source searched to access results of the email. Nonetheless, it is important to know there are scammers who send emails showing forged or false headers mostly found in malicious, unwanted or spam emails. The trace email software only shows information on the header and not whether the email is fake or not.

Instructions for extracting a header for most popular email providers:

Mobile devices (Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad, and so on)

Some mobile apps have this capability. However, most mobile devices do not have a good method to retrieve message headers. For now, we recommend that you use a computer to log on to your web mail client that offers this functionality.

Gmail

Open the message.
Click the down arrow adjacent to the Reply link in the upper-right corner of the email message.
Click “Show Original”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Windows Live Hotmail

Right click on the message.
Select “View Source”.
A new window with the full headers and HTML source of the email will open.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Windows Mail App

Currently, Windows 8 Mail App does not offer this functionality.

Windows Mail (Desktop)

Right-click the message.
Click “Properties”.
Click the “Details” tab to view the message headers.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Yahoo Mail (Classic Version)

Open the message.
Click “Actions” drop down menu.
Click “View Full Header”.
A window will appear with full headers.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Yahoo Mail (New Version)

Right click on the message.
Select “View Full Headers”.
A new window with the full headers will open.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Outlook Express

Right click on the message.
Select “Properties”.
Click “Details”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007

Open the message.
On the “File” tab, click “Properties” in the “Info” area.
Or, click the “Dialog Box Launcher” in the lower-right corner of the Tags group on the Ribbon.
In the “Properties” dialog box, locate the message headers in the “Internet headers” area.
For more information, see “View e-mail message headers”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Outlook.com

Right-click on the message.
Click “View message source”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Microsoft Exchange

Open the message.
Click the “File” menu.
Click “Properties”.
Click the “Details” tab.
Click “Message Source”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Apple Mail (Mac)
Open the message.
Click “View” in the menu bar.
Click “Message”.
Click “Long headers”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Mozilla Thunderbird

Open the message.
Click the “File” menu.
Select “Message Source”.
Copy and paste the header information into the Email Header Analyzer.

Note: it is impossible to analyze email headers of letters sent from Gmail accounts (…@gmail.com) because Google hides the IP addresses of the senders.