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Thread: Tracking origin of an email sent via Gmail

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    Default Re: Tracking origin of an email sent via Gmail

    Quote Originally Posted by ubt4me View Post
    Just a side note:
    I open web based mail accounts the same way I view Forum pages, behind proxy servers from all over the world. The only downside to jumping proxy servers is the need to log in to post and halt the jump while you are logged in.

    Try and find me LOL.
    I hope you have java, javascript and flash disabled, have a very very generic browser footprint and also completly trust the proxy servers your using.

    Also im pretty sure gmail "if used through webmail" doesnt send along your IP addy.

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    Default Re: Tracking origin of an email sent via Gmail

    Quote Originally Posted by vvpalin View Post
    Also im pretty sure gmail "if used through webmail" doesnt send along your IP addy.
    You are correct. Check out this article if you're so inclined.

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