You will need
  • - one of the whois services
Look in your electronic mailbox menu "Advanced" or "More". In this menu, find submenu Properties "letters" or "Official titles". Open this submenu. On the monitor of your computer will appear information of the type:
• Received: from mxfront35.mail.y**** ([])
• by mxfront35.mail.y***** with LMTP id 1Wwatc4E
• for ; Tue, 16 Aug 2011 13:01:32 +0400
• Received: from* (* [])
• by mxfront35.mail.***** (nwsmtp/Y***x) with ESMTP id 1Vp4isW9;
• Tue, 16 Aug 2011 13:01:31 +0400
Copy the sequence of numbers separated by dots after the word "from". (In this example These numbers – IP (IP) address of the computer from which you sent this letter. This IP address can identify a specific sender address or at least the domain address. The fact that IP addresses are dynamic and static. To determine the exact address only for static IP. On dynamic you will be able to learn only the region of the sender.
Visit free whois service. Enter the numbers of the IP address in the designated field and click the search button. Please read carefully the information. If the letter you sent is not a spammer, you will be able to see the name of the organization the sender and, possibly, its exact coordinates. If not, use the information about the sender's domain, for example:
• Domain Name: C**************R.COM
• Administrative Contact:
• 12405 PowersCourt Drive
• Saint Louis, MO 63131
• US
• 314-965-******5
Please call the provided contact numbers and try to find out more information about the sender of the email to the domain owner.