Search For People Using Reverse Email Search

Have you ever received an email and not been completely sure who the sender is? Perhaps there was a suspicion link in the email, these days you have to be very careful about opening emails sent to you by an unknown person. Next time you receive an email and aren't sure who is behind it you may want to try a reverse email search.

We encourage you to try our reverse lookup, after all it is free, but we realize we don't have everyone so if we can't find who you are looking for here are a couple of different searches you can use to try and find the name of the person sending you email.

  • One: You can go to any major search engine and try to search for the email address. If you are using Google you may want to try this with quotes around the email: "example@addresssearch.com". This will often help .

  • Two: You can try to locate the IP address of the computer where the email originated from. This can often be difficult, unless the email address is coming from a unique host with a single location.

  • Three: Use a professional search product to look for you. These can sometimes be expensive but if our site can find the information and the other two searches don't work, it may be your best bet. For a list of products that may be helpful in doing this, see our email search guide here.

One thing that you want to remember about doing a reverse search is that if the person doesn't want to be found and has done a good job keeping there information private, than you may not have much luck locating them.