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I have read that there are some "IP Address Locator" websites, that when you enter the Originating IP Address from the emails Return Path, it will be able to tell you the internet connection type that was used to send the email. Can anyone point me to the website that can do this?
I receive emails (hotmail.com) from someone in Bucharest. Romania. When I use an IP Locator and and insert the Original IP address it comes back as being sent from Alicante, Spain some 1500 miles and 2 time zones from where the person "says" they are (in Bucharest). The ISP come up as "Telfonica de...