Stolen iPhone Mail activity?

reqjso

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Nov 3, 2015
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Hi, on 2014 my iPhone 5 got stolen at my country (Portugal), i reported it to the police, blocked the IMEI on all phone service providers and blocked it at Find My Iphone, and had no further news.

Last week my Outlook account reported two login attempts through IMAP protocol in Spain (country next to mine) with the IP 195.53.112.11. So, i think that possibly as IMAP is the protocol that Mail app uses (not exclusively), my stolen iPhone could have been jailbroken to avoid iCloud, and used in another country, as the case, because it wouldn't be IMEI blocked. The Jailbrake could have kept my Mail accounts and settings and this two events represent an background automatic search by the Mail app.

I want to know if this makes any sense and if there is anything i can do to get back my iPhone.
 

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digitalcuriosity

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Aug 6, 2015
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Hi, on 2014 my iPhone 5 got stolen at my country (Portugal), i reported it to the police, blocked the IMEI on all phone service providers and blocked it at Find My Iphone, and had no further news.

Last week my Outlook account reported two login attempts through IMAP protocol in Spain (country next to mine) with the IP 195.53.112.11. So, i think that possibly as IMAP is the protocol that Mail app uses (not exclusively), my stolen iPhone could have been jailbroken to avoid iCloud, and used in another country, as the case, because it wouldn't be IMEI blocked. The Jailbrake could have kept my Mail accounts and settings and this two events represent an background automatic search by the Mail app.

I want to know if this makes any sense and if there is anything i can do to get back my iPhone.
I would contact Apple and report the theft,this way if they ever try getting it repaired or anything dealing with iTunes it might get held. But i feel you just have lost the phone.