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First, let's look at why it is difficult to determine the owner of a Hotmail account, Yahoo, Gmail ... or any free email account for that problem.
Sign up for one and that you are doing so, lie. Lied about everything. I mean make up every last bit of information that the Hotmail asking you when you create an account. Make sure it is all completely bogus. When you're done, you'll have a Hotmail account to work without any information related to you in any way. Nobody.
So if someone created a Hotmail account in this way, no way to say that they really are people from the account information, because as you have done, they can only make it all up.
HackerThere's a small, thin strands of information that might provide a clue, however: the IP address from which the account was created. And it can not help anything. Why? An IP address does not specify a name or a location, only one computer. IP addresses can change, it can be a router or proxy server to thousands of users or computers can be a public computer, such as those in a library. And, of course, you'll need the folks at Hotmail to let you know what IP addresses were used.
The result is an IP address is not a way for ordinary folk like you and me to identify anyone. And so an IP address is useless for you and me to determine Hotmail account holders.
If, and that's a big if, an IP address can be traced to a specific user or location, it requires the cooperation of ISPs and perhaps others involved. Due to privacy laws, the ISP will not disclose this information to anyone without a legitimate reason. And "a good reason" usually means a) account to be used for something illegal, b) you involve law enforcement, and c) then they come back and received a court order to have the ISP or other organizations to release information - if the information is even available.
Also remember that many spammers and virus disguised as an email from Hotmail account. Even if you can trace the owner of the account, they can not even relevant.
The answer is not practical, you can not tell who owns a Hotmail account.
If you receive harassing, threatening, or otherwise illegal capable email, then by all means, in relation to the relevant authorities.
Otherwise, the Delete key is your friend. My approach will be immediately deleted messages and ignore it completely. If your e-mail program that supports it, I even want to create a rule to automatically delete the mail from that account when it came or blacklist on my spam filter.
Hotmail is one of the mail system most used (and abused) on the planet. One of the reasons why is because it is nearly impossible to tell who actually owns a Hotmail account.
There are situations where I believe it's possible to find the owner of a Hotmail account, but it is difficult and you will not like what it takes.
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