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Probably it's only possible by using some 3rd web services which return IP address in HTML/XML format, so you can parse it via IMPORTXML. In example: =importxml("http://xml.utrace.de/?query=webapps.stackexchange.com","//ip") would return 198.252.206.16. Here is example with dynamic row as an input (e.g. A1): =importxml("http://xml.utrace.de/?query=" &...


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To see the IP addresses and access methods for your Gmail account, you probably want to look at the Last account activity page. This page is accessed by the "Details" link at the bottom of the gmail web page. I'm not sure there is a way to find out the originating IP of a password recovery request, however it is very unlikely that your gmail account was ...


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Country is determined by the location of the network connection used to connect to YouTube, most likely by IP. My Google account is registered and set to the UK, but I'm often in the Netherlands. When I'm in Holland I get a little "NL" next to the YouTube logo, and when I VPN into my office in London it changes to a "GB".


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Those addresses are both allocated to AT&T. Your ISP provides both IPv4 and IPv6 service, and you're using IPv6 to reach Google. Both answers are "correct". If you search for "my ip" on http://ipv4.google.com/, it should display your IPv4 address instead.


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I found this works quite well with the following provider: =importxml("http://freegeoip.net/xml/webapps.stackexchange.com", "//IP") or dynamically: =importxml("http://freegeoip.net/xml/" & A1,"//IP")


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I'm not sure if hotmail updated their functionality, but earlier Hotmail & AOL used to include sender's IP address X-Originating-IP in the email header. Same is applicable for Yahoo as well. However, if you send through GMAIL, ip address will not be included in the email if you send it through web ui. I remember that they have updated so that even ...


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There are no tools provided inside Blogger to do this. It's likely that Google do have tools to do it, but would only actually use them if a court ordered them to.


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Can an IP address be incorrect? For all practical purposes, No. Is this something I should worry about? Again, No. It is effectively the location of a node that handles your traffic, and though probably 'local' this can change.


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If you use a VPN service - like the free online VPN Tunnel, your IP will never be revealed.


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It depends on what they include in the email's headers. E.g. X-Originating-IP: In 1999 Hotmail included an X-Originating-IP email header field that shows the IP address of the sender. As of December 2012, Hotmail removed this header field, replacing it with X-EIP (meaning encoded IP) with the stated goal of protecting users' privacy. Some services ...


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The answer would appear to be no. Gmail last activity shows IP addresses, but only for Gmail activity, and even then not for the Android Gmail app (presumably unless you force it to log in). Your Google Account Recent Activity page doesn't show IP addresses, just locations. And, even so, I only see sign-ins, not any generic Hangout activity. Do you have ...


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Responding to the second question. IPV4 is out of address space in some areas of the world, and nearly out elsewhere. ISPs are slowly turning on IPV6 for their customers. Fir a while you get both addresses (dual stack). IPV6 addresses look like 1234:5678:90ab:cdef:1234:5678:90ab:cdef and ipv4 addresses look like 123.234.123.234. The ISP that any address ...


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