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My GF and I started an online business. One of our competitors continuously emails us from our contact page (its an php form on the site) pretending to be someone else asking brand info for our products. The next day, sure enough, she sells the same items. The problem is, she keeps making new hotmail accounts daily to do this. Does anyone know code i can stick in the asp page that will log people's ip addresses so that I can see if it is comming from the same person? thanks

the contact form is located at
www.imapreciouspup.com/contact.htm

the php is

www.imapreciouspup.com/contact.php
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Not sure of any code but you can get the IP address from the e-mail itself by viewing the raw source (In mail go to View -> Message -> Raw Source)

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That's horrible. Just do the something back to her, maybe she'll get the idea. :spook:
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Not sure of any code but you can get the IP address from the e-mail itself by viewing the raw source (In mail go to View -> Message -> Raw Source)

the only problem i run into with that is that the IP from the email says my host, since they are the one's who end up sending it through the .php file. i got excited for a minute there thanks for the reply though, anyone else have any ideas?
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i figured it out! thanks
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What did you do to resolve the problem. Someone else may come along with the same problem.

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