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by: Psvep on 2017-08-01 16:37:46
Thanks i found my IP :)
by: daniel on 2016-03-29 08:31:39
whats error 5 mean?
by: blanky on 2015-07-26 13:44:30
1and1 is the worst fucking host on the planet!
I will never EVERRRRRRR shop there again.
The customer service sucks ass!
Godaddy is the shit!

by: Geovany on 2012-07-15 20:47:12
Godaddy sucks. Easiest way is to go with 1and1.c0m to register your doinmas, they cost only $6.99 per year and are more reliable without of the crap and spam Godaddy curses you with. 1and1 will also (its a 1-click option) hide your registration info, tel numbers, address, etc for FREE for the life of your domain at 1and1, so dont pay for what you can get at no cost with other domain registrars that provide privacy from WHOIS seaches and from
by: ayman93 on 2012-07-11 16:50:47
o script to download. correct, there are plenty of free online whois pages around. this page gives you dns info as well. but there's no need for a script. if you have access to a shell just type 'whois' at the prompt and pipe it if desired. can't get any more free than that.
by: rh [admin]Site Admin on 2009-01-06 03:11:45
to determine the outbound ip, look at the email headers. most email clients allow one to peek at the headers. there's a wealth of data in there.
by: Mark on 2008-12-31 20:03:40
The lookup information you post is for inbound email (IN MX). Is there a way to determine the outbound ip address?
by: Lance on 2008-06-18 21:31:11
Who you trying to look up? LOL
by: josh on 2007-11-30 21:24:52
could you post the code for this please
by: rh [admin]Site Admin on 2007-10-27 02:35:20
can't do partial or ip ranges with this, but you can specify a full ip from the class c range and usually the country will be the same for the whole class. e.g. 87.118.167.1 indicates a .bg tld which is for bulgaria with the nic (network information center) in amsterdam.
by: Mike T on 2007-10-26 16:13:32
Can you do partial lookups? For instance I get spammers with Ip addresses like 87.118.167.xxx.
Is there some way to search on 87.118 and see who owns (or what country) IP addies in that range? This way I could do a wildcard ban if I knew all 87.116 was from, say Russia. Also, I'm looking for image verication like yours. Simple, just numbers. Just enough to keep aholes away. Please email me where I can get it. if you can. Thanks.

by: rh [admin]Site Admin on 2007-07-30 02:12:28
i'm afraid that's not possible with this tool. look below for an answer to the same question.
by: Don on 2007-07-29 04:44:12
Can you do a lookup to determine what domains someone owns? For example, list all the websites that "John Smith" is the owner of?
by: rh [admin]Site Admin on 2007-07-10 03:41:47
no script to download. correct, there are plenty of free online whois pages around. this page gives you dns info as well. but there's no need for a script. if you have access to a shell just type 'whois' at the prompt and pipe it if desired. can't get any more free than that.
by: ULTRAZ on 2007-07-08 10:54:34
So where is the download link, or is it just for use here?
I may as well just type "whois" into google coz they are all free.
I need a script not a service.

by: rh [admin]Site Admin on 2006-10-25 21:52:15
that's a tricky one requiring a database to pull info from. check out domaintools.com, but not sure they can fulfill your request.
by: Mark on 2006-10-19 18:50:32
Can you do a lookup to determine what domains someone owns? For example, list all the websites that "John Smith" is the owner of?

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