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Is it possible to view a history of the IP addresses that have logged into my Gmail account?

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While it won't show IP addresses, your Google Account Activity will show from what countries and with what browsers and operating systems your account has been accessed. You can change the time-period being examined as well. – Al E. Feb 14 '13 at 14:29

Look at the bottom right hand side of the page when you're logged into Gmail. You can see "Last account activity: xx minutes ago Details". Click on the "Details" link to get a list of IP address and locations of access to your account.

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but they give only 10 ip addresses .. what if i want an entire day or atleast last 100 .. is there a way ? please let me know. – user21263 Jun 19 '12 at 8:09
Good, but can I get a longer list? – daviesgeek Jul 11 '12 at 17:17

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