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How to lookup access to my emails or instant messages?

Lookup IP address, City, State and general latitude & longitude of of access to your email or IM name.

Email, Internet Protocol (IP) Address, Instant Messenger Name, Username searches lookup publicly available resources and return any possible results associated with your full or partial search criteria.

What is an IP address?

IP address also called Internet Protocol address is a numeric identifier assigned to a computer connected to the Internet. It is a unique number that devices use in order to identify and communicate with each other on a network utilizing the Internet Protocol standard. Any participating device on the network such as routers, computers, time-servers, printers, internet fax machines, telephones, webcams, servers etc., must have its own unique numeric identifier. This allows transmission of data packets on behalf of the sender to indicate where to send them next and for the receiver of the data packets to know that it is the intended destination. The numbers currently used in IP addresses range from to and some of these values are reserved for specific purposes. This does not provide enough possibilities for every internet device to have its own permanent number. Subnet routing, Network Address Translation and the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server all allow local networks to use the same IP addresses as other networks elsewhere though both are connected to the Internet. IP addresses used locally within the confines of a local area network are called local IP addresses and those used over the internet are called public IP addresses. There are two types of IP addresses (1) Static IP address and (2) Dynamic IP address. Static IP addresses are assigned to a specific device and the assignment does not change while Dynamic IP addresses can be shared or rotated amongst many devices although not at the same time. IP addresses are conceptually similar to phone numbers, except they are used in LANs (Local Area Network), WANs (Wide Area Network), or the Internet.

What is the difference between a Domain Name, an IP Address and a Computer host Name?

Domain names are similar to vanity phone numbers where words are assigned to represent the phone number. Domain name is a text name that a computer network registers for the numerical ID of the computers in the network. The domain name is used to give computers text names rather than using the numeric IP addresses. Domain name examples are,, Computer (host) name are names given to individual computers. Each host name corresponds to an IP address. Host names and domain names are optional and everything can work fine with using just IP Addresses. Examples of host names:,,

What is ping or pinging?

Ping sends signals (packets) to another computer on the Internet or a network to see if they send a return or an 'echo.' If all the signals 'timeout' the computer may be disconnected from the Internet or is unreachable. This feature only checks if a computer is connected. It cannot verify the validity of an e-mail address. It also cannot check a specific web page.

What is tracert or trace input?

Tracert looks up the route data packets take through the Internet from one computer to another. The signal generally goes from a computer to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and then to their provider until it reaches a 'backbone' provider. This could take one or many steps. It then eventually transfers to the destination 'backbone' provider and reverses the process to the destination computer. This feature only checks a computer that is connected to the Internet, it cannot verify the validity of an e-mail address. It also cannot check a specific web page. Note that a traceroute may follow a completely different path as compared to downloading web pages or sending e-mail. A Trace route gives you information about each computer between the originating computer and the destination, including ping times, IP addresses and the names of all of the computers.

What is a Reverse DNS Lookup?

A Reverse DNS lookup will give you the name of a computer as listed in the Domain Name Server databases maintained by the ISP's from the IP address.

How do I increase the relevancy of my search?

The more search criteria you input the higher the possible relevancy of your search results.