You know we can actually know trace our email!! when you search for it in web , you may get different options which most of them don’t work !!
That’s why I wanted to provide you the right and best way to track an email.. why late? Let’s jump into it then!!
Email tracking allow you to track an email and extract information like such as sender’s identity,mail server,sender’s IP address,etc.
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You can use the extracted information to attack the target’s organization system by sending malicious emails.
Here is the detailed guide how to trace an email:
1) Go to Google and search for www.cyberforensics.in
2) Here go to E-mail Tracer.Here you will require the E-mail Header
Extracting Email Headers
Email header is the information contained in every mail message which is used by mail programs to provide the user with a summary of the origin and contents of each message.
- Log into Outlook.com.
- Click on the message that you are getting the headers for.
- Click on the down arrow adjacent to the Reply link in the upper-right corner of the email message.
- Click View message source.
- Log into your Yahoo! Mail and go to the message.
- Click the “More” icon above the message near the Delete and Spam buttons.
- Select ” View Raw Message ” from the menu that appears
- Log into your Gmail Account.
- Open the Email whose headers you want to view.
- Click the down arrow adjascent to the Reply link in the upper-right corner of the message.
- Click Show Original.
Click on Copy to Clipboard
3)Now go back to cyberforensics tab
4)There you will see the section named as Paste Email Header here
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5)Paste here the thing that you have already copied.
6)Click on Start Tracing
Also there are many other tools available for Email Tracing. Some of them are listed below:
3)Email Lookup- Free Email Tracer
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