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Email anonymity




  • We go to the site, which determines the IP of your computer
  • We learn IP in properties of connection to the Internet
  • We determine the IP of the computer using the Windows service ipconfig
  • Determine the IP of the computer using Windows route print
  • A little bit about static and dynamic IP addresses
  • Determine the IP of the computer in Windows 95/98
  • Find the IP address in the local network
  • We learn IP via ICQ



  • In order to find out the IP, you need to receive a letter by any email client: MS Outlook, The Bat! .... How to configure MS Outlook read below. When you received the letter you just need to look at the code of the letter. There in the letter header decree IP sender. In Outlook, open the letter and click File, then Properties and select the Details tab. In The Bat! done like this: Open the letter, click on the View and select the Service Information, then the top of the letter is added at the top. In many mail systems with a web-interface, there is also an opportunity to see the title of the letter ...

    Example (title)

    From vasyap@mail.ru Sat Mar 27 12:16:35 2000 ................... from whom and the date
    Envelope-to: xxx@mail.ru.
    Delivery-date: Sat, 27 Mar 2000 12:16:35 +0300 ..................... date and time
    Received: from mail by f8.mail.ru with local (Exim 3.14 # 43)
    id Рк4eК5е-0554нq7-00
    for xxxx@mail.ru; Sat, Mar 27, 2000 12:16:35 +0300 . ........... is our address
    Received: from [208.46.44.12] by koi.mail.port.ru with HTTP;
    Sat, 27 Mar 2000 09:16:35 +0000 (GMT)
    From: "Vasya Pupkin" ..
    To: XXX@mail.ru ........................................... ... to whom
    Subject: Hi Beavis .................................................... ................. letter subject
    Mime-Version: 1.0
    X-Mailer: The But! ........................................... .................... the program which was sent
    X-Originating-IP: unknown via proxy [ xxx.yyy.zzz.xxx ] ....... Sender IP
    Reply-To: "Vasya Pupkin" ...................... who to answer (from whom)
    Content-Type: text / plain; charset = koi8-r ............................... letter encoding
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
    Message-Id: <Рк4eК5е-0554нq7-00@f8.mail.ru>
    Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2000 12:16:35 +0300

    Important

    In the letter there can be several IP, the lowest one is the IP, the sender

    Hiding your IP address

    On how to hide your IP sending a letter, read the article Sending anonymous mail

    Setting MS Outlook

    You can send letters not only with the help of browsers (IE, NN), but also with any email program, you just need to specify your name (for example, pupkin) and the address of the pop server (in our case www.mail.ru). This can be done by Outlook Express, in order to receive mail, simply click "receive". It is configured as follows: Start Outlook Express go to the service / accounts , click the add button, select the mail, enter your email address pupkin@mail.ru, click next, write www.mail.ru or another in the incoming server field and in the second field SMTP server address (sending messages), then you need to type your name and password. Now just click to get mail or something like that ... (For the addresses of POP and SMTP servers, read on the site where you have mail)

    Personally, I use The Bat! because it is multi-threaded, does not freeze, is small, and there are fewer glitches in it than in MS Outlook