Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.
Where did the email go? Where did it come from? Did they read it? Did it even arrive? Questions and answers on how, and if, you can trace email.
While there are settings and services that claim to be able to determine if email has been opened, they are notoriously unreliable and pointless.
Divorce over social media sites? A technical solution doesn't seem to be in the making here, as tracing emails isn't all that easy...
IP addresses can change for many reasons; you can't absolutely rely on them to give location.
A good rule of thumb is to begin at the bottom and work your way up in the headers to determine where an email is from.
Several urban legends would have you believe that when you forward an email, it can somehow be tracked. It cannot. Period. I'll explain why that is.
Determining if an email was sent when someone says they sent it is tricky to impossible. Email is just too easy to forge.
The email system is built to tolerate delivery delays of several days. That shouldn't happen often these days, so I'll look at what you can find out.