Re: Change my isp address
- From: Tim Jackson <tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Jan 2009 13:00:22 +0000
John D wrote:
He's talking about looking at the headers. The easiest way to do that is to use whatever method your browser has to present the message source in plain text. Then you see the message headers, and in your case (or at least -BD-'s case, you aren't him of course) there is a consistent header "NNTP Posting Host 184.108.40.206", which is Carphone Warehouse Broadband Services in Manchester, for what it is worth. It shows you are likely posting from a mobile. Not all ISP's include this line.
You are obviously knowledgeable about such things, Tim.
Not meaning to hijack this thread, but ........ would you take a look at the posts in this thread and give me a view Re: Slip Stream Test 17 January 2009 16:34GMT to be found here: microsoft.public.security.homeusers,microsoft.public.security.virus
You say "If you lift the covers off the post properties which is shown
then you see what is underneath"
I'd be most grateful if you (or anyone else) would kindly explain what
that means. TIA
It doesn't identify you, but Carphone Warehouse will have a record of the message IDs and the account that sent them, which government authorised investigators can inspect. I dare say a suitably resourceful private investigator could gain access by lying a bit or bribing an official.
As for explaining what the poster means, ask a psychologist, not me.
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