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== IP addresses and how to decode them ==
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== Getting the source IP address of an incoming email ==
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=== Emails received through your ProZ.com profile
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* When you receive an email through your ProZ.com profile, the header of the message includes the following information:
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** When the sender was not logged-in:
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*** You have been sent a message via ProZ.com.
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*** Author: XXXX [NOTE: The author is not a registered ProZ.com user or was not logged in when sending this message.]
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*** Author's IP address: 82.128.21.90
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*** Message type: Job-related
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=== Using Gmail ===
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=== Using Yahoo email ===
= Attached files =
= Attached files =

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Contents

Overview

Reading and understanding the source IP address

IP addresses and how to decode them

Getting the source IP address of an incoming email

=== Emails received through your ProZ.com profile

  • When you receive an email through your ProZ.com profile, the header of the message includes the following information:
    • When the sender was not logged-in:
      • You have been sent a message via ProZ.com.
      • Author: XXXX [NOTE: The author is not a registered ProZ.com user or was not logged in when sending this message.]
      • Author's IP address: 82.128.21.90
      • Message type: Job-related



Using Gmail

Using Yahoo email

Attached files

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