i want to know when and where my my email has been used for the past 7 day.

Michael Mungai
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jluppino
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Ok, well if you are using Gmail, open it and scroll down to the bottom. On the bottom right is a link for recent activity, which will show the IP addresses and locations that have accessed your account for the last day or so. You can also set up alerts in the pop-up once you click it. I’m not sure that you can see all of the activity for a week though.

jimlynch
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I'd check with your email provider's help or support page for information on seeing your email usage. That could be a way to find out.

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