Gmail (pronounced Gee-mail) is a free Web-based e-mail service that provides users with a gigabyte of storage for messages and provides the ability to search for specific messages.
I will be teaching you how to know if someone is secretly accessing your Gmail account.
- Visit Gmail.com using your phone, look for "view Gmail in Desktop". Or rather use a Computer to visit Gmail. (You must be logged in).
- Once you’re in Desktop view, kindly scroll down.
- On the bottom right corner of the screen, look for the part that says “Last Account Activity”. Click on details.
- You’ll see a list of the last 10 times your account, indicating the IP address of the computer or device as well as where you accessed it from.
If any of the IP addresses seem unfamiliar or the country where its been accessed from seem suspicious, change your password immediately to avoid stories that touch.
This tutorial is strictly for Gmail as other email services like yahoo, MSN are yet to release this feature.