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Names of receivers and senders, time of sending/receiving email message, email client, internet service provider (ISP), sender's IP address, and so on are all included in this data. This information, along with the contents of other email header fields, can be used to determine the legitimacy of a suspicious or malicious email.

Email headers include information such as the sender's IP address, internet service provider, email client, and even location, as well as information regarding the origin and path an email took before arriving at its final destination.

Email headers are typically used to see who sent and received a message, where the message travelled through a server, and what issues may have prevented the message from reaching its intended destination.

An email header analysis is a tool that can be used to find out if an email has been sent from a particular location, and what the sender is trying to achieve. This powerful tool gives you insight into the sender's inner thoughts and intentions, which can be useful for the legal process.

A detailed header analysis can be used to map the networks that messages traverse, including information on messaging software and client and gateway patching policies, among other things. To bring offenders to justice, cyber forensic e-mail analysis is used to gather reliable evidence.

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