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Are you getting anonymous Emails from same Email account or from various accounts ? Is it some kind of advertisements or something personally related to you like threatening or asking for money ?
Okay, can you please give me that Email address ?
The one from which you get threatening Emails.
It seems there is not any social media accounts connected with this Email. It may be an account created only for threatening purpose. It may be a colleague or some one you know.
What can you do in this situation?
How to report harassment
Each email you receive contains information about where the message came from and which computers it went through on its way to your mailbox. This information, contained in the message’s headers, is usually masked from your view. When you display full headers, you’re telling your email program to restore this information. It is used to trace the email back to its source. Look for the name of the email software you are using below, and follow the instructions.
Note: You will only see headers in Outlook or Exchange when the message is from an outside source. No headers show for messages sent from an Exchange server.
Open the message.
Select: View>OptionsSee Internet headers, then:
Select: File > Properties > Details for header information.
Follow instructions 1) through 4) above.
Select: File > Properties > Headers.
Select: View > Headers > All.
Select the entire message, then copy and paste the contents into a text file and take print.
Eudora has a “Blah Blah” button at the top of each received message. Click this button to see full headers. Then take print.