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Can an email be traced if the message was sent using an IPhone ?

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Someone sent an email to my job slandering me. My job tried tracing the email but it leads nowhere or "closed" account with no name. I highly suspect who could have been. I think the message was sent with an iPhone . Can I trace this? Or is there a way to find out who sent it if I have a phone number? Or something that could lead me to the answer!
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Possible yes. Easy? No. You'd need a court order to subpoena logs. iPhones, and every smart phone has a unique identifier that makes tracing easier. But email service providers aren't going to give up any information without a court order.

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