who sent it. I'm figuring with the header there must be a way to
narrow down the info, as opposed to just basic info that the originating
ip gives you.(that does point to Bell HSE)
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Not without a court order at least, and even then they probably wouldn't let you get it anyway.
Plus if its a free email provider such as Hotmail, you've got no chance anyway as they don't ask for address details.
Put it down to experience and tell your son ignore the other kid and block him.
With a court order in hand, the ISP or the email provider will have to hand over the information that the order requires...after the motion to quash has been denied of course.
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